Michael Gregory is a recent graduate from Yale University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and studied widely in the humanities. Within his major, Michael devoted special attention to a number of topics in ethics, including collective responsibility and agency, moral emotions, and virtue ethics. His senior thesis was a close study of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics and Politics.
While at Yale, Michael spent considerable time at the Yale Political Union, the University’s foremost debate society. He also worked as an Acquisitions Intern at Yale University Press, where he researched book proposals. He also volunteered for various teaching initiatives, introducing high school students to topics in philosophy, art, and music.
He studied abroad twice during his college years. He studied German in Berlin at the SRH Hochschule. At Oxford University, Worcester College, he undertook tutorials in philosophy, theology, and aesthetics, and attended the Oxford Political Union. His summers were largely spent teaching at the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute.
Before joining Wood LLP, Michael worked for the Forest Service in Sequoia National Forest, produced an academic translation of a German historical monograph, and taught English at Hamilton College Consulting.
At Wood LLP, Michael assists attorneys in many of the firm’s practice areas. He provides assistance in factual research, copy editing and cite checking, publication and client–related document management, court filings and factual analysis.