Ray is a 1981 graduate of Gonzaga School of Law (cum laude). He has an undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Texas, Arlington and is a graduate of the National Criminal Defense College, Macon, Georgia. He is a former training training director and senior felony trial lawyer for the Alaska Public Defender Agency and also served as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Alaska Department of Law. He has been a partner at the law firm of Dillon and Findley since 1994 where he practices in the areas of complex civil litigation and federal white collar crime. His main practice emphasis is in plaintiff's medical malpractice.
Carpenter v. Westwood One et al — Alaska Supreme court case reversing the trial court on the issue of protected speech.
Beal et al v. McQuire et al — Alaska Supreme court matter finding that certificates of need (CON) are in fact a property right with value.
U.S. v. Weyhrauch — I am one of the trial lawyers in this case and it went to the U.S. Supreme Court on the issue of the constitutionality of the honest services mail fraud statute.