Rachel M. Grey
Rachel Grey teaches Law at the renowned Boston College and she has been having an on-going collaboration with our program for more than 3 years. During her undergraduate years at Yale, Ms. Grey was an esteemed colleague and student of law, leading the way for the national debate team at University level. Furthermore, she was one of the few champions of informal law competitions between Universities in the senior year. After obtaining a PhD in the theoretical field of citizenship acquisition by non-resident individuals, Ms. Grey tried her best to uphold her father’s example, an ex-law professor at Harvard.
Prior to her teaching with the University of Boston, Rachel Grey was an expert on citizenship law at Dixon Zein PLC, obtaining one of the most outstanding records in terms of winning court trials. As an official member of the distinguished American Law Institute, as well as the American Civil Liberties Union, Ms. Grey still publishes numerous articles and research in academic law journals every year.
In terms of notable recent achievements, Rachel Grey was the recipient of the Award of Teaching Excellence for her time spent at Boston College. Lately, her plans involved working with international non-governmental organizations to greatly change the way in which non-residents are treated, regardless of their country of provenance.