Prior to joining Osler, Gregory worked at multiple international space organizations, completing various policy and advisory roles for their senior leadership. As a result, he has developed an interest in corporate law, particularly in aiding emerging and high growth companies with their challenging legal issues.
Gregory graduated from his Masters of Laws (LL.M.) at the University of Toronto, where he researched the intersection of business law and emerging legal questions within the aerospace industry’s current national and international regulatory frameworks. Gregory continues to build upon this research as a Fellow of the American National Space Society and a Fellow of the For All Moonkind Institute of Space Law and Ethics. He also serves on the executive of the Canadian Bar Association’s Air and Space Section.
Gregory completed his Juris Doctor (J.D.) at the University of Calgary, where he was actively involved as an Executive Director of the Business Law Association. During law school, a particular highlight was completing multidisciplinary research work for eleven professors, spanning several legal disciplines and industries, including corporate securities, fintech, cybersecurity, indigenous, privacy, and energy law.