Gregory W. Rome is an attorney at Williams & Rome, L.L.C., a full-service law firm in Chalmette, Louisiana. His practice areas include family law, successions and estates, property law, personal injury, business law, and civil litigation. He is admitted to practice law in Louisiana and before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Gregory is also a member of the Louisiana and St. Bernard Bar Associations.
During and after law school, Gregory clerked for the Honorable Kirk A. Vaughn, 34th Judicial District Court, in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. Before that, he worked as systems manager for Loyola University New Orleans and ran a few companies specializing in information technology services, custom programming, and digital infrastructure design and deployment.
Gregory attended Tulane University Law School and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree and a certificate in Civil Law. While at Tulane, Gregory helped found the Civil Law Commentaries, the first legal journal dedicated to Louisiana law and its historical roots, and served on its inaugural editorial board. He also participated in the school’s chapter of the Federalist Society.
Before that, he attended Loyola University New Orleans, where graduated first in his class and earned a Bachelors degree in Computer Science with a minor in Political Science. There he served as the president of the school’s chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery and as founding vice-president of the Loyola College Libertarians.