Greg Reed is an attorney with the Institute for Justice. He joined IJ in 2013 and litigates cases promoting economic liberty and educational choice.
Greg is representing two St. Louis-based African-style hair braiders before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in a challenge to an onerous licensing regime. Greg is also representing the Archdiocese of Newark in a challenge to a blatantly protectionist law that prevents religious cemeteries from providing headstones to its parishioners. Greg is currently the lead attorney in a case challenging Baltimore’s arbitrary, anticompetitive prohibition on mobile vendors operating within 300 feet of brick-and-mortar business establishments.
Prior to joining IJ, Greg was the research assistant to nationally syndicated columnist George F. Will. Greg received his law degree from American University Washington College of Law in 2013. Greg graduated from Haverford College in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.