Garrett L. Gray is an established practitioner with a career of accomplishments in areas of land use, zoning, municipal law and litigation. Garrett represents large corporate clients, small business owners, real estate developers and residential property owners before municipal boards and commissions throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties in connection with a broad range of land use and zoning matters. He also regularly appears before courts throughout the state, both at the trial and appellate level, litigating land use and general commercial matters.
Garrett holds leadership roles in business, legal, and community organizations and has been recognized throughout his career for his civic contributions. Garrett currently serves on the Nassau County Rent Guidelines Board, on the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Lawyer’s Association, and is a Past-President of Temple Israel of Lawrence. Among numerous awards Garrett has won are the Five Towns’ Jewish Council Rudy Rosen Humanitarian Award and the North American Board of Rabbis’ Humanitarian Award.
Garrett received a Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, in 1987 from the New York University College of Business and Public Administration where he also received the Dean’s Honor Key and the Founder’s Day Award. Garrett received a Juris Doctor degree in 1990 from the New York University School of Law where he was the Article and Note Editor of the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics.