Criminal Justice, 2003
Gregory Care graduated from Lycoming College having majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Legal Studies and Spanish. He received departmental honors for his senior thesis entitled, "American Religious Liberties in the 21st Century: Maintaining the Wall in a Turbulent Age." While at Lycoming, Greg served as an Admissions Campus Tour Guide, a Resident Advisor, and as President of the Wilderness Club. He gained valuable legal experience through his internship with the Lycoming County Public Defenders Office.
Following his graduation he attended the University of Baltimore School of Law, specializing in civil rights and constitutional freedoms. During his legal career thus far, he has clerked for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Maryland; served as judicial clerkship with the Honorable Glenn T. Harrell, Jr. of the Maryland Court of Appeals, the state's highest appellate court; served as an instructor in a program, entitled Street Law, Inc. directed towards juvenile offenders in the Washington, D.C. metro area; served as the Francis. D. Murnaghan, Jr. Appellate Advocacy Fellow at the Public Justice Center in Baltimore; and is currently an attorney with Brown, Goldstein & Levy LLP, a litigation firm in Baltimore specializing in employment matters, disability rights, criminal defense, and torts.