Bailey Grey joined Baron & Budd’s Dallas office as a staff attorney in the Pharmaceutical Litigation Group in June 2018. Prior to joining Baron & Budd, Ms. Grey worked at a Dallas-based law firm primarily representing Texas businesses, commercial property management companies and residential property management companies. Even as a young attorney, she has successfully drafted, argued, and won several motions for Summary Judgment. With this solid experience under her belt, she jumped at the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others by contributing to Baron & Budd’s efforts to represent those affected by the opioid crisis across the United States.
Bailey Grey grew up in Longview, Texas, but long dreamed of making Dallas her home. Potent curiosity and a desire to meet and learn from others with wide varieties of life experience led her to get a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas A&M University, followed by a Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Along the way, she developed a love of all things writing, from academic essays and legal memoranda to fictional stories and television screenplays.
In her three years at Texas A&M, Ms. Grey was actively involved in student life on campus. She worked at the campus library, served as a member of the executive team overseeing A&M’s new student orientation program, and graduated as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society with Foundation Honors. While a teenage love of television’s West Wing inspired her initial desire to pursue a legal career, her experience of service and a burgeoning love for constitutional law at Texas A&M were what solidified this desire.
While in law school at Wake Forest, Ms. Grey built on her love of writing by serving as a teaching assistant in legal writing, a research assistant for her constitutional law professor, and as executive editor on the Wake Forest Law Review. Unlike many law schools, Wake Forest encouraged a highly collegial environment for its students, and Ms. Grey took much delight in becoming a trusted “brain-stormer” and editor for her peers. She also learned vital skills in finding innovative solutions for her clients while working in the Community Law and Business Clinic.
Now that she has established her footing as an attorney in Dallas, Ms. Grey is driven to find new and interesting ways to use her skills and experience to contribute to her community. She is a strong believer in the values of empathy, compassion, and the greater social good. “The greatest good to which a person can aspire is to empathize with her fellow citizens from radically different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. An individual is only as good as the community she cultivates around her.”
After law school, Ms. Grey settled in the downtown Dallas area where she currently resides with her two dogs. When she isn’t exploring the city with friends, Ms. Grey can be found cuddled up on the couch with her pups, writing personal stories or covering the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks or the WNBA’s Dallas Wings for a local website.
Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D. 2013)
Texas A&M University (B.A. 2010)
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United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Dallas Bar Association
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
Texas Aggie Bar Association