McGregor is the Managing Attorney of the Civil Action Practice, and the Director of Reentry Net at the Bronx Defenders.
McGregor established the Civil Action Project in 2000 and has extensive practical experience helping clients cope with the consequences of criminal proceedings and facilitating civil-defender collaborations.
On behalf of his
has advocated or litigated in nearly every venue in New York City - administrative, state, and federal.
Prior to joining The Bronx Defenders, he graduated from Yale Law School, where he represented clients for two years as a student director of the Community Legal Services clinic.
He then served as a law clerk for the Hon. Charles P. Sifton, then-Chief Judge of the Eastern District of New York.
is a recipient of the Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship, the Legal Aid Society Pro Bono Publico Award, and the Skadden Fellowship.
serves on the New York State Bar Association Special Committee on Collateral Consequences of Criminal Proceedings, the New York County Lawyers' Association Task Force on Criminal Courts
, the Social Welfare Committee of the New York City Bar