Grant recently graduated with honors from Baylor Law School. During his time at Baylor Law, he participated in multiple interscholastic advocacy competitions where he represented Baylor Law against other law schools around the country. Grant participated in the John R. Brown National Moot Court Competition, where his team placed second, was awarded best Petitioners Brief, and Baylor Law won Best Law School in competition. Grant also participated in the Student Trial Advocacy Competition (AAJ), a prestigious national mock trial competition.
Grant joined Haley & Olson initially as a law clerk at the beginning of 2022 while finishing at Baylor Law. During his time as a clerk, he was able to learn from all the senior attorneys, as well as contribute on many different projects at the firm including serving as both law clerk and trial technician in court.
After passing the Texas Bar Exam, Grant joined the firm full time as an associate attorney. Grant focuses on all civil litigation matters, including labor & employment, personal injury, and contract disputes. Additionally, Grant works closely with the other attorneys representing creditors and banks in various collections and bankruptcy matters.
Grant was born and raised in Tyler, Texas. Grant is married to his wife, Annie, who is an elementary school teacher in the Waco area. Grant enjoys watching sports, especially Baylor football, and walking his dog.
- Baylor Law School, Waco, Texas, JD Cum Laude 2022
- Baylor University, Waco, Texas, B.B.A. 2019
- State Bar of Texas
- Order of the Barristers (Baylor Law 2020-2022)
- Phi Gamma Delta (2016-2019, president 2017-2018)
- Harris Creek Baptist Church, Member