Welcome to Boyden Gray & Associates

Boyden Gray & Associates is a boutique litigation and public policy firm, continuing C. Boyden Gray’s decades of service as counselor to presidents, business leaders, legislators, and regulators on matters of constitutional law, regulatory policy, and international affairs.

Trusted advocates and counselors from constitutional law and regulatory policy to international affairs.

“Creating huge, new unaccountable bureaucracies to issue massive regulations to correct the mistakes of other huge, unaccountable bureaucracies is not what the Framers had in mind when they imposed the separation of powers to limit government and guarantee free-market liberty for individuals.”

C. Boyden Gray

Our Recent Publications

New York Times Cites Boyden Gray Legal Warning in Surveying Reparation Programs

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A letter from Amb. C. Boyden Gray sent to the City of Evanston, Illinois on behalf of the Project on Fair Representation was cited by the New York Times on Saturday. The article, “Reparations for Black Residents Are Becoming a Local Issue as Well as a National One” discusses a proposal for a Detroit reparations committee that will research housing…

Ethics and Public Policy Center and Boyden Gray & Associates Demand HHS Hold New Hampshire Accountable for Unlawful Racial Set-Asides in COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution.

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On September 28, 2021, the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) and Boyden Gray & Associates filed a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on behalf of a New Hampshire resident whom the state prohibited from receiving a COVID-19 vaccine solely because of his race. Earlier this year, New…

Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Religious Freedom

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Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief yesterday in the Supreme Court on behalf of Samaritan's Purse in favor of the petitioner in Seattle's Union Gospel Mission v. Matthew S. Woods, No. 21-144. The brief urges the Court to grant certiorari and hold that the First Amendment protects religious nonprofits’ right to hire those who share their faith. The…