About Me

Sephora Grey is a native of the Washington-DC Metropolitan area. She graduated cum laude, from The University of Florida with a bachelors in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. She is a first-generation (third-year) law student at Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown she is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the American Criminal Law Review; the nation’s premier journal of criminal law, a member of the trial advocacy division of barristers’ council, involved in Georgetown’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA), and is a writing fellow for RISE (Georgetown’s pre-orientation program for underrepresented law students).

Sephora Grey is also a published author. Her Article, “Evolving Standards of Decency Require That a Capital Defendant Only be Sentenced to Death by a Unanimous Jury…” was published in the American University Washington College of Law Criminal Law Practitioner.

During her first year of law school, she served as a Georgetown student ambassador, was an intake volunteer for the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, and was a summer associate at a big law firm in New York. During her second year of law school, she was a RISE teaching fellow and mentor, served as the trial advocacy assistant director, and externed for the Department of Justice. Her 2L summer she was a summer associate at a big law firm in Washington, D.C.. Sephora will graduate from law school in May of 2022 and begin a federal court clerkship. 

Sephora is also the founder, and host of law school podcast, Topping the CurveTopping the Curve is a law school podcast that interviews minority women attorneys and law students, about their career paths and experiences in the legal field. When first launching Topping the Curve, Sephora had the goal of helping underrepresented law students succeed in law school, and in their careers by providing them with knowledge, access, and advice. Since then, the podcast has turned into much more than that, with a broader audience of not only law school students but also new attorneys, “seasoned” attorneys, and other business gurus and entrepreneurial hearts.