About the Practice

Personalized, one-on-one service. Basing her practice on honesty and diligence, Jennifer will take the time to get to know you and will work hard to represent your best interest. With more than 15 years of experience in the legal field, Jennifer is dedicated to fighting for your rights and getting resolution.

Whether you're beginning your estate planning, considering adoption, going through divorce or defending your rights, let Attorney Jennifer Gray of Gray Law Firm PC provide you with experienced, knowledgeable representation.

Meet Jennifer Gray, Attorney at Law

Originally from Corinth, Mississippi, Jennifer moved to Huntsville with her parents December 26, 1982. She attended Grissom High School (1986 – 1990) while working at Golbro Dsitributors, Inc. part time.

While working full time and attending classes at night Jennifer earned her Associates of Applied Science in Paralegal Technology from Calhoun Community College. In the same manner she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Management of Human Resources from Faulkner University.

In December, 1996, Jennifer began working for law firms as a paralegal. In 1998 she accepted employment with D. Alan Mann, Esquire. After much encouragement and support from Mr. Mann, Jennifer packed her bags and moved to Montgomery, Alabama, to enter Law School in 2002.

While attending law school Jennifer held several positions and earned certifications along with her studies. She was a research assistant to Professor Kenneth Dunham helping him with his research and writing for papers that were published by him. Jennifer also took the required coursework and became certified in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation. During her last year of law school she participated in the student intern program as a mediator in Judge Bright’s Courtroom. Jennifer belonged to three organizations: Future Trial Lawyers of America, Student Women’s Association, and Delta Theta. In Future Trial Lawyers of America she was both Treasurer and President. She performed the role of Mentor Liaison for the Student Women’s Association.

Jennifer graduated with her Juris Doctorate from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in May, 2005. After passing the bar she was admitted to practice in the State of Alabama on September 30, 2005. She is a member of the Alabama State Bar and the HuntsvilleMadison County Bar Association.

Jennifer’s primary areas of practice include domestic, criminal and probate matters. Jennifer is dedicated to providing quality and ethical legal representation to her clients, to protect their legal rights and assisting with their legal needs.