Gray Morfopoulos is an Associate with the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice at McMillan. His practice includes commercial, administrative and public law litigation and arbitration. Prior to joining McMillan, Gray's practice focused on litigation, labour and public law. He also has experience assisting on disputes before all levels of the British Columbia Courts, several tribunals and the Federal Court.
Gray received his JD from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. While attending law school, Gray competed in the Jessup International Law Moot, and spent a summer working for the Department of Justice's Trade Law Bureau, assisting the team representing Canada in international trade and investment disputes. Throughout law school, Gray provided pro bono legal services to individuals involved in civil and criminal matters through the British Columbia Law Students' Legal Advice Program. Gray also served as an assistant editor of the UBC Law Review.
Gray obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in international relations from the University of British Columbia. Prior to law school, Gray worked in indigenous relations for the Government of British Columbia and worked for a European Union think tank in Brussels.