Greg Reilly graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2006. At Harvard, he received the Joseph H. Beale Prize for the highest grade in the Conflict of Laws course and served as a research assistant to Professor Arthur R. Miller. After graduation, Greg clerked for Judge Timothy B. Dyk of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and then practiced appellate and patent litigation for five years at Morrison & Foerster LLP. In practice, Greg authored briefs in eleven appeals in four different U.S. Courts of Appeals addressing a wide range of patent law topics and questions of federal jurisdiction and preemption. Greg also second-chaired a three day commercial and Lanham Act arbitration, successfully argued several summary judgment and claim construction hearings, and took or defended twenty depositions. Greg received his B.A. in American Government summa cum laude from Georgetown University in 2001. Before attending law school, he taught seventh grade in rural North Carolina with the Teach for America program.
Greg’s research and teaching interests include patent law, intellectual property, civil procedure, complex litigation, evidence, and federal courts and federal jurisdiction.