Faith divides her time between complex civil litigation, corporate governance, and white-collar investigations.
Faith Gay is a founding partner of Selendy & Gay.
In a nationally recognized career spanning more than three decades, Faith has been lead counsel in over 30 jury trials and has successfully navigated bet-the-company investigations for scores of Fortune 500 companies. Before founding Selendy & Gay, she was the co-chair of national trial practice at one of the nation’s top litigation firms and a highly respected federal prosecutor. Raised in rural Georgia and a long-time resident of New York City, Faith is comfortable in courtrooms around the country.
Faith earned her J.D. from the Northwestern University School of Law, where she now serves on the Law Board. She is a Trustee of The Public Theater, a Member of the American Law Institute, and a board member of Her Justice, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal help to women living in poverty in New York City. Faith has also served as a board member of the American Constitution Society, the National Center for Access to Justice, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and the Union Theological Seminary Board of Trustees.