Our Team

C. Boyden Gray

Founding Partner

Ambassador Gray is the founder of Boyden Gray & Associates.

Jonathan Berry

Partner

A former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, Mr. Berry is an experienced regulatory litigator, counselor, and federal executive.

Michael Buschbacher

Counsel

Mr. Buschbacher represents public and private companies, trade associations, nonprofits, and individuals in high-stakes litigation and administrative proceedings, with a particular focus on environmental and energy matters.

Emily Correia

Executive Assistant

Ms. Correia brings nearly a decade of experience in law firm administration to her position.  She previously worked as a paralegal and administrative assistant for legal practices specializing in civil litigation, corporate law, and criminal defense.

Jared Kelson

Counsel

With experience as an attorney-adviser in the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice, Mr. Kelson has significant expertise in administrative law, regulatory process, executive authority, and the constitutional separation of powers.

Trent McCotter

Partner

Having served as Deputy Associate Attorney General of the United States and as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, Mr. McCotter has deep experience at every level of federal litigation and with every major federal agency.

Taylor Myers, Ph.D.

Research Fellow

A former researcher and instructor with the University of Maryland, Dr. Myers specializes in fuel and energy law and policy. He is the author or co-auther of more than ten scientific publications and proceedings and is the inventor of two issued patents.

Caleb Orr

Research Fellow

Mr. Orr is an experienced policy advisor, specializing in financial matters such as the effect of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) requirements on businesses and the regulation of investment in small entities.

Elise Passamani, D.Phil.

Senior Adviser to Ambassador Gray

Dr. Passamani holds a doctorate in French literature from the University of Oxford. Her writing has been published in the Wall Street Journal, The American Conservative, and National Review.