Remington A. Gregg
Counsel for Civil Justice and Consumer Rights
Remington is Counsel for Civil Justice and Consumer Rights where he leads the fight to protect American consumers from corporate rip-offs and abuses, working on a portfolio that includes forced arbitration, class actions, access to courts, and consumer safety. He has extensive experience in civil rights and civil justice issues including education discrimination and issues of police misconduct.
Previously, Remington served as Legislative Counsel at the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) organization, principally counseling the organization on issues related to hate crimes, criminal and racial justice, profiling, education, domestic violence, military and veterans, immigration, and foreign affairs. There, he was the principal author of a groundbreaking report exposing religious schools that sought exemptions from civil rights law to discriminate against LGBT students.
Prior to joining HRC, he was Associate Counsel and Advisor for Open Government in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, advising on a range of legal and policy issues related to science, technology, and national security, and reducing legal and regulatory burdens to create a more open and accountable government. There, he co-wrote the nation’s first U.S. Open Government National Action Plan.
Remington has also worked on civil rights litigation and policy with the American Civil Liberties Union and NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund and graduated from Binghamton University (State University of New York) and New York Law School. He is admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia.