Grace graduated from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana with a B.A. in Pre-Professional Studies and Anthropology, and a minor focused on Spanish. She received her J.D. from the University of Arizona College of Law, graduating magna cum laude.
While in law school, Grace was the Vice President of the Immigration Law Student Association and an Articles Editor on the Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law. She wrote and published an article on immigration law with the journal. She was also the recipient of four CALI Excellence for the Future Awards, including awards in Family Law and in legal writing.
In 2018, Grace had an article entitled, “An Overview of the US Immigration System and Comparison with Merit-Based Immigration Systems in Light of the Proposed RAISE Act” published in the Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law. Her article is available Here
While living in Arizona during law school, Grace helped represent clients through the University of Arizona’s pro bono law school clinic. She also spent a semester working with the Federal Public Defender’s Office in Tucson. Before joining our firm as an attorney, she worked with our office as a legal assistant.
Arizona (Illinois practice limited to immigration)
American Immigration Lawyers’ Association