Gregory S. Inman
(Secretary/Assistant: Lori J. St. Jean)

Greg was admitted to the Rhode Island Bar in 1985, the United States District Court For the District of Rhode Island in 1986, and the District of Columbia and the United States District Court For the District of Columbia in 1987.

After attending Fairfield University and receiving his B.A. in 1982, Greg enrolled at Seton Hall University, and he received his J.D. in 1985.

Greg is a member of the Kent County Bar Association, and has been the President of the Association since 1997. He is also a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, American Bar Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association.

Mr. Inman concentrates his practice in Personal Injury Actions, both Plaintiff and Defendant, Domestic Relations, Criminal Law, Municipal Law, and Civil Litigation and is available to discuss with you your legal questions and problems in these areas.

Additionally, Mr. Inman was appointed to the Rhode Island Judicial Independence Commission in 1997, is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association's Volunteer Lawyer Program, and received the Pro Bono Publico Award for volunteer service in 1987. He is also a judge for the American Trial Lawyers Association National Law Student Mock Trial Competition.

In keeping with the firm's commitment to community service, Greg is active as the manager for the Father John V. Doyle School baseball team and as a manager in the Coventry Girls Softball league. He is also the head coach for the West Bay Girls U-12 ice hockey team. Previously, he was head coach for the Coventry Junior High hockey team, a coach with CLCF youth hockey and a manager in the Central Coventry Little League.

Greg is a member of Maple Root Baptist Church and Co-Chairman of its annual charity softball tournament. Furthermore, he is a member of the Polish National Alliance, Lodge 1001.


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