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Andrew Gregory-Mabrey

“Representing the injured and disabled means that I get to pursue something that truly matters – the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others.”
The common thread in Mr. Gregory-Mabrey’s legal career has been the desire to help the disadvantaged and those in need. Being a part of the Social Security Disability team at Hughes & Coleman provides Mr. Gregory-Mabrey with the perfect platform to continue this quest.

Andrew J. Gregory-Mabrey holds a Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University, and received his Juris Doctor from Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law in 2010. He is proud to have joined Hughes and Coleman as a member of the Social Security Disability team.

While in law school, Mr. Gregory-Mabrey participated in the Kentucky Innocence Project (the post-conviction branch of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy), and worked for the Children’s Law Center, Inc., a non-profit organization focused on protecting the legal rights of minors. He also interned for the Law Office of Katherine Siereveld and was employed by Chevalier, Fox & Ginn, PSC, in the general practice of law.

At home, Mr. Gregory-Mabrey is a busy husband and father, and enjoys spending time with his family. In addition, in his free time Mr. Gregory-Mabrey also enjoys reading or listening to books, and staying active by running, riding his bike, and playing recreational hockey.

Mr. Gregory-Mabrey is licensed to practice law in Kentucky Courts, the U.S. Federal District Court in the Western District of Kentucky and the Supreme Court of Kentucky. He is also a member of NOSSCR, The National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, and is grateful for the opportunity to represent and be an advocate for those seeking disability.

  • Purdue University, Bachelor of Arts
  • Northern Kentucky University, Chase College of Law, Juris Doctor
  • State Bar of Kentucky

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