Andrea P. Gray
Andrea P. Gray became an attorney to help people. Period. She represents her clients with integrity, compassion, and a drive to go above and beyond to get the job done.
Andrea P. Gray has more than 17 years of experience in representing local governments, environmental permitting, zoning and real estate matters. She has provided counsel on the largest environmental permitting projects in Georgia and served as legal counsel for multiple billion dollar economic development projects in Georgia, including some of the largest to date – the Newton Facebook Data Center, Morning Hornet Data Center, and Rivian. For more specific information on Andrea’s experience in each practice area see: Environmental Permitting, Local Government, Estate Planning
Andrea P. Gray spent her formative years on a small family farm in Walton County, Georgia where she rode horses, bottle fed cows, trained pigs, raised dogs and gained a deep appreciation for nature and hard work. She graduated second in her class at George Walton Academy and went on to Emory University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in just three years. She continued her education at the University of Georgia and in 2005 received a Juris Doctorate. During law school, she clerked with the Walton County attorney’s office, successfully balancing a full course load and a part-time (sometimes full-time) job. Andrea applies her life lessons about hard work and determination to her law practice.
Today Andrea lives with her husband and two children in Monroe, Georgia. She enjoys being an attorney by day and football/basketball/tennis mom by night.
Andrea P. Gray takes pride in giving back to the Walton County community and enjoys volunteering her time in the service of others. She serves on the following:
Monroe Downtown Development Authority – Secretary
McDaniel-Tichenor House – Chairman