Emory L. GradyAssociate

Address

1612 Newcastle Street
Suite 226
Brunswick, GA 31520

Phone

912.210.5118

Professional Profile

Emory L. Grady is an associate in Carr Allison’s Brunswick (GA) office.  Her practice focuses on premises liability, general litigation, retail and hospitality and transportation.

Emory received her undergraduate degree in finance from the University of Georgia.  She then went on to earn her Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Mercer University School of Law (GA). She graduated in the top 5% of her class and was a member of the Federal Bar Association Moot Court Team and the Mercer Law Review. While a member of the Law Review, Emory had two articles published.

In her free time, Emory soaks up all the perks of living on the coast with her family and friends.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice

Georgia

Education

BA, University of Georgia

JD, Mercer University School of Law (GA)

Affiliations

Georgia Bar Association

Glynn County Bar Association

Savannah Bar Association

News

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