Jay Sullivan is a teacher at Grady High School, a public high school in Midtown Atlanta with about 1400 students drawn from intown neighborhoods. Jay teaches classes in US History, US Government/Civics, and Current Issues/Social Justice. He is also an attorney, who retired from law practice three years ago to fulfill a longtime desire to teach public high school. Jay graduated from Cardozo School of Law, where he took a criminal law course taught by Barry Scheck and assisted on a case with Innocence Project clinic. When practicing law, Jay was a trademark law litigator with White & Case in New York and with Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in Atlanta. Salary adjustment aside, Jay is thrilled with his career change to teacher, and loves his new clients even more than his old ones.