Gregory R. Thomas is an accomplished Associate in the Houston Harbaugh Litigation practice with an exceptional academic record and a passion for achieving justice.
Gregory’s practical legal experience is impressive and diverse, shaping his skills as a well-rounded legal professional. During his time at the Pennsylvania Supreme Court as an Extern Clerk for the Honorable Justice Christine L. Donohue, he gained valuable insights into the judicial process, conducting research on legal issues and crafting judicial memoranda. Gregory was also an Extern Clerk for the Honorable Philip A. Ignelzi in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas. These experiences honed his analytical skills and provided him with an insider’s perspective on the court system.
While in law school, he served as a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Research and Writing program under the guidance of Dean Ella Kwisnek. Gregory’s commitment to excellence extended to his role as a Research Assistant for Professor Bruce Ledewitz, where he meticulously analyzed state and federal cases referencing the Pennsylvania Constitution, drafted summaries of relevant material for publication, and presented findings to Professor Ledewitz. Gregory was also a valued member of the Appellate Moot Court Board, showcasing his exceptional advocacy skills.
Education & Credentials
- Duquesne University of School of Law, J.D. Summa Cum Laude
- The Ohio State University, B.S., B.A.