Professor Gray has many years experience lecturing, publishing and consulting in the broad areas of financial markets law and corporate finance law, most recently as Professor of Financial regulation at Newcastle Law School, Newcastle University. She has taught and supervised students at undergraduate, Masters and PhD level at leading universities including UCL, London, Universities of Strathclyde, Dundee and Newcastle University. She has also conducted executive education and CPD activity for City of London law firms, for clients in the banking and finance sectors and for the IMF, Reserve Bank of India, Turkish Capital Markets Board, the Moroccan Capital Markets Board and financial regulatory staff on the Global Governance Programme at the European University Institute. She has participated in high level policy seminars as an academic expert with the Bank of England, European Central Bank, the UK Financial Services Authority and the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority.
Her previous published work includes Implementing Financial Regulation : Theory and Practice (Wiley Finance: 2006), co-edited collection of essays Financial Regulation in Crisis : The Role of Law and the Failure of Northern Rock (Edward Elgar Financial Law Series: 2011) and she has written extensively for both academic Journals such as Journal of Corporate Law Studies, Capital Markets Law Journal, Law and Financial Markets Review, Journal of Law and Society, Journal of Banking Regulation, Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance and many practitioner and industry Journals and Newsletters throughout previous periods of legislative and regulatory change in financial markets.