Apr 01

The Roast of Professor Gregory: A Celebration of 30 Years of Teaching at St. John’s Law: April 5, 2013



On Friday, April 5, 2013, a group of alumni, faculty, students and friends joined to pay tribute to Professor Dave Gregory at a roast in his honor. As a member of the St. John’s Community for more than 30 years, Professor Gregory has been a integral part of the faculty, sharing his talents as a professor and advisor to the Labor and Employment Society. As the executive director of the Center for Labor and Employment he has served as a teacher, mentor and colleague to current students and alumni of St. John’s University School of Law.

The event took place at the St. John’s Campus in Manhattan, the room was filled by people who Professor Gregory has impacted, including Cardinal Egan, Dean Michael Simons, and many others. The Roast featured commentary from past students, colleagues and long-time friends, which celebrated Professor Gregory’s positive impact on everyone he meets.

Special thanks to all who sponsored the event and to those whose hard work made this event a success. Congratulations on 30 years of teaching to Professor Gregory!

*Check back soon for pictures and video clips from the event!*


  1. Dennis Berchulc

    Dave you old dawg. Congratulations!! Wish We could of been there to celebrate it with you.

    Dennis & Pat

  2. Mitch Rubinstein

    It was a great roasting. There must have been 150 people in attendance and you felt the warmth in the room. It was a real tribute to someone whom I am proud to consider a friend.

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