About Me

Sephora Grey graduated Cum Laude from Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown she was the Editor-in-Chief of the American Criminal Law Review—the nation’s premier journal of criminal law—where she led a masthead of over 100 law students. She was a member of the trial advocacy division of barristers’ council, where she had the pleasure of serving as the assistant trial advocacy director and competing in national competitions year round.

Sephora is currently a Federal Judicial Law Clerk and a Law School Coach and Mentor.

During her first year of law school she was a Georgetown student ambassador and an intake volunteer for the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, where she worked pro bono interviewing and helping clients with employment disputes. That year, she went on to be 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 where she helped 1L students adjust and prepare for law school. She was also an extern for the Department of Justice where she worked on million dollar tort claims and allegations. That summer she went on to work for a big law firm in Washington, D.C., and published her article “Evolving Standards of Decency Require That a Capital Defendant Only be Sentenced to Death by a Unanimous Jury…” in the American University Washington College of Law Criminal Law Practitioner. In her final year of law school, she was a student attorney in the civil rights clinic where she advocated for her clients in employment, unequal pay, race, age, and gender discrimination claims. Finally, Sephora is the host of law school podcast Topping the Curve where she interviews women attorney’s about their careers, what they do and how they found success.

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