Travis Gray



Travis Gray is an associate in the Toxic Torts and Industrial and Consumer Product Liability Practice Groups in the Philadelphia office of Lavine, Cedrone, Graver, Boyd & DiSipio. He concentrates his practice on asbestos related toxic torts and automotive product liability.

Mr. Gray completed his undergraduate degree at Albright College, where he graduated Magnum Cum Laude and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Legal Studies. In 2019, he obtained his Juris Doctorate from Widener University Delaware Law School, graduating Magnum Cum Laude and ranking among the top five in his class. While in law school, he was the President of the Student Bar Association, Research Editor of the Widener Law Review, and a member of both the Moe Levine Trial Team and Moot Court Honor Society. Additionally, Mr. Gray was selected to be a Josiah Wolcott Fellow for the Honorable Gary F. Traynor of the Delaware Supreme Court. Mr. Gray received the Honorable Joseph F. DeFuria Commencement Award for High Academic Achievement and the Outstanding Student Service Award. He is also a member of the Justinian Society of Philadelphia.

Mr. Gray is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania.

In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, going to the Jersey Shore, and spending time with his family, friends, and pets.


A Cataclysmic Blindness: The Court’s Denial of Equal Protection to Those Who Are Mentally Handicapped, 25 WIDENER LAW REVIEW 91 (2018).

Travis Gray