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Gregg has been a staff attorney with the Reporters Committee since 1994. He also serves as editor of the Reporters Committee's news publications and guides.
Gregg came to Washington to attend Georgetown University. After graduating, he wrote for several publications, and worked as a writer and research director for Regardie's, a local business and political magazine. He continued working as a journalist while attending Georgetown University Law Center.
After law school, Gregg worked for the Reporters Committee for a year as a legal fellow. He then worked briefly for the Clinton campaign and transition team, and later continued to work as a freelance writer before rejoining the Reporters Committee.
Gregg has served as chairman of the D.C. Bar's Media Law Committee and as a member of the American Bar Association's Fair Trial and Free Press Task Force.