Molly Gray joined Stembridge Taylor as a Vanderbilt Law School graduate in 2022. While in law school, she clerked for a firm in Nashville practicing government law, interned for Atlanta Legal Aid, and was a research assistant focusing on anti-discrimination law. She also served as the Chief Justice of Vanderbilt’s Moot Court Board. Prior to law school, Molly received her MA in political science from Georgia State University, and she has a background in professional politics, having worked on campaigns as well as for the Georgia Municipal Association.
Outside of work, Molly enjoys traveling to national parks, watching ice sports, and growing her collection of vintage kitchenware. She regularly volunteers with Midtown High School’s speech and debate team in Atlanta, GA and Camp Riva-Lake for Girls in Winchester, TN.
Community and Volunteer Activities
- Volunteer, Midtown High School Speech and Debate Team, Atlanta GA
- Volunteer, Camp Riva-Lake for Girls, Winchester TN