Grey Callaham’s practice focuses on litigating complex civil and criminal matters at the trial level in federal and state courts, and before domestic and international adjudicators.  Grey has represented journalists and a national news network in First Amendment litigation, corporations and a National Football League team in contract disputes, and individuals facing federal and state criminal charges and University investigation.

Grey also is actively committed to pro bono representation, having represented clients through the D.C. Volunteer Lawyer’s Project, Rights First, and the firm’s partnership with the Montgomery County, Maryland Public Defender’s Office, the Appellate Division of the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, and the ABA Military Pro Bono Project.

Grey was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland.  She received a B.A. in English from the University of Virginia, where she was an Echols Scholar and graduated Phi Betta Kappa.  She attended Harvard Law School and joined the firm in 2012 upon graduation. 

Grey lives in the District of Columbia with her husband and son. 

Representative Experience

  • Defense of a major television news organization against libel and product disparagement claims by the producers of “lean finely textured beef”
  • Representation of the Baltimore Ravens in grievance proceedings over the termination of a player for domestic violence and over the alleged collusion of NFL teams to bar a player from the League
  • Representation of University student in Title IV investigation of alleged sexual assault
  • Defense of individual facing federal bribery and fraud charges
  • Pro bono defense of criminal clients at state trial and appellate levels
  • Representation of in-house compliance counsel in DoJ criminal investigation
  • Representation of an international project development company in a dispute regarding three construction projects in Nigeria, including serving as second-chair at evidentiary hearing at the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC) in London 

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