Jay Gruber comes to CLF after more than 35 years of experience in general civil litigation and regulatory law relating to the gas, electric and telecommunications industries. For half that time, he was in private practice at the law firms of Mintz Levin and Palmer & Dodge in Boston, where he appeared before state and federal courts and regulatory agencies in New England and New York on behalf of both incumbent utilities and new entrants. For the second half of his career, Jay joined AT&T as in-house counsel where he continued his work in litigation and telecommunications regulation. Jay is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and also holds a Master of City and Regional Planning from Harvard University, where he focused on economics, statistics, and public policy analysis. Jay and his wife, Jean, live in Newton, Massachusetts. They have two grown sons, one in California and the other in Rhode Island. Jay enjoys swimming, biking, and hiking and has recently taken up gardening.
Jay Gruber, Esq.
Clean Energy and Climate Change