Gregory L. Roseboro joined Mabra Law as counsel after an illustrious 29-year career at the University of Georgia School of Law, most recently as assistant dean for admissions, diversity and inclusion & strategic initiatives.
Greg joined the law school faculty in 1994 as assistant director of admissions, student affairs and legal career services. He was promoted to associate director in 2000 and in 2015 assumed leadership of the law school’s admissions process for the Juris Doctor and graduate programs. His work in the area of diversity and inclusion involved liaising with faculty, staff, students and alumni relating to academic support, recruitment and community outreach.
During his three-decade tenure at UGA, Greg guided or mentored nearly 6,000 law students, many of whom would become Georgia legal leaders, including Mabra Law’s own Ronnie Mabra and Jarrod Burch Additionally, Greg advised the Davenport-Benham Black Law Students Association, the Asian Law Students Association, the Hispanic Law Students Association and the Outlaws student organization. He continues to serve the law school as adjunct faculty, teaching “Race and Law,” offered in the Fall.
Greg is a “double Dawg,” having earned both his bachelor's and law degrees from UGA. As an undergraduate studying criminal justice, he excelled as a mid-distance runner. He was selected as team co-captain and was named to the All-SEC and U.S. Junior Team for the 800 meters.
Prior to his academic career, Greg represented personal injury plaintiffs in private practice in Athens, after a five-year stint as a settlement negotiator with State Farm and the United Services Automobile Association. A strong believer in giving back to the community, Greg plays an active leadership role in civic affairs. He is the former pastor of the Piney Grove Baptist Church in Comer, Ga.