Coleman Gay is an associate in Ropes & Gray’s litigation and enforcement practice group. Before joining the firm, Coleman was a Special Assistant Attorney General in the False Claims Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, where he handled matters involving the Massachusetts False Claims Act, the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Law, and the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law.
During law school, Coleman interned for the Honorable Scott L. Kafker of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts and the Honorable Richard J. Leon of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Before attending law school, Coleman worked on Capitol Hill for a United States Congressman.
- Co-author, “CMS Vaccine Rules Could Create FCA Risks For Cos.” Law360 (November 18, 2021)
- Cited, “Anonymous Detective at Westchester County Police v. A.A.,” 144 N.Y.S.3d 809 (Sup. Ct. Feb. 10, 2021)
- Coleman Gay, “‘Red Flag’ Laws: How Law Enforcement’s Controversial New Tool to Reduce Mass Shootings Fits Within Current Second Amendment Jurisprudence,” Boston College Law Review (May 5, 2020)
- Coleman Gay, “Hour Late on Your Bail, Spend the Weekend in Jail: Substantive Due Process and Pretrial Detention,” Boston College Law Review (May 7, 2019)
- JD, magna cum laude, Boston College Law School, 2020; Articles Editor and Staff Writer, Boston College Law Review; Order of the Coif
- BA (Political Science), cum laude, Boston College, 2014; BC Club Tennis Board Member
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2021