Grant is a Baldwin County, Alabama native, having divided his formative years between Bay Minette, Orange Beach, and Montrose. He attended Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History with a concentration on the American South. He remained at Samford for law school, and in 2012 graduated magna cum laude from Cumberland School of Law. Prior to entering law school Grant earned other professional licenses, including his Alabama Real Estate Salesperson’s License, and a captain’s license from the United States Coast Guard. After graduating from Cumberland, Grant and his wife, Laura, settled in Silverhill.
Grant’s practice centers around commercial and business litigation with a focus on disputes involving real estate. He has successfully tried lawsuits in the District and Circuit Courts of Baldwin County and has experience handling cases arising under Alabama’s Uniform Commercial Code and the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act. Along with Dan Blackburn, Grant has guided clients through the process of conducting mass judicial foreclosures in connection with loss share agreements with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Grant has successfully represented clients in alternative dispute resolution, including commercial arbitration and mediation proceedings involving novel issues of real property law. Grant enjoys representing clients in the areas of local government law, particularly with regard to planning, zoning, and prescriptive rights issues, and has represented clients on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as well as the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals.
Grant was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2012. In his free time, Grant enjoys spending time with his wife Laura, exploring the natural beauty of Baldwin County and the Alabama Gulf Coast. Grant, like his father, enjoys hunting, fishing and the great outdoors.