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Robin J Gray

Wyomissing, Pennsylvania
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Robin J. Gray became an attorney to help people solve their problems. She received her undergraduate degree from Villanova University in 1984, attending the Villanova School of Business. She then graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1990 in the top 10 percent of her class.

Gray started practicing law in Philadelphia and, after two years into the practice, was appointed as managing attorney for a Philadelphia law firm in their New Jersey office. She is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland.

Gray has participated in over 20 jury trials in both state and federal courts including complex cases where opposing counsel were from prestigious law firms in Philadelphia, Allentown and Park Avenue in New York City. She was successful against these prestigious law firms.

For 27 years, Gray provided expert legal assistance in Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland for a variety of clients on legal issues including divorces, custody, support and personal injury. Another focus of her practice is immigration. She represents both individuals and businesses with their immigration needs. She am a member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) and is able to practice immigration law anywhere in the United States.

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