Corey graduated from Washington University in 1996 with a degree in English Literature. After Washington University, Corey worked in Washington, D.C. for several years as a political organizer for the advocacy group, People For the American Way and worked on several political campaigns. He then graduated, with honors, from George Washington University Law School in 2003. He worked for several years at an international law firm in Washington, DC. He then spent several years in Chicago working for another international law firm, Dentons. In 2015, Corey and his family moved to Louisville, Kentucky where Corey joined a small litigation firm, Fultz Maddox Dickens as Counsel.
Corey has broad experience litigating a wide variety of commercial disputes, including in the areas of contracts, health care, business torts, media law, class action, financial services and insurance matters, as well as civil liberties issues including disability rights and prisoner rights. He developed an expertise in electronic discovery and was a member of the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program Committee.
Corey has been very involved in community organizations both in Chicago and Kentucky. In 2012, he received a “Lead On!” Award from Access Living for his work successfully representing disabled adults in Kentucky in a class action civil rights litigation, He currently serves on the Committee on Litigation and Legal Priorities for the ACLU of Kentucky and the Louisville Jewish Community Relations Council. He also received the Jewish Community of Louisville Julie Linker Community Relations Young Leadership Award.