An article detailing the rise of one of Washington University Law’s alumni, Andrew Gray, published in the Winter of 2014.
“Before pursing his law degree, Andrew Gray, JD ’07, began his career as an educator at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. He divided his time between breaking down equations at the head of a geometry classroom and inspiring students from the sidelines coaching the basketball and football teams. Despite the many rewards, Gray often found himself looking for more. ‘While I loved working with the students, I desired further intellectual challenge,’ Gray says. ‘I decided to pursue a law degree to gain the skills necessary to make a greater impact on society.'”
Read the full article here: [link]