Grace is a trial attorney with Issaquah Law Group, where she lends her own style and personal touch to personal injury litigation.
Grace comes to ILG from the South, where she was born and raised. Grace received her Bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor in psychology from Christopher Newport University, and she graduated magna cum laude from Charleston School of Law in South Carolina where she received a CALI Award for Excellence in Insurance Law. She was selected to Charleston Law Review where she held the position of Associate Managing Editor and published — Live Streaming Violence over Social Media: An Ethical Dilemma—which discusses legal an ethical issues facing social media platforms. In addition, she was selected as a member of the Moot Court Honor Board where she had the privilege of presenting her oral argument in front of Costa M. Pleicones; former chief justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Grace gained practical experience by completing externships with the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, and One80 Place Homeless Justice Project Legal Services.
Prior to joining Issaquah Law Group, Grace worked for a litigation firm in San Francisco, California in the areas of personal injury and employment law. She is eager to continue using her skills and experience to represent persons injured by the negligence of others in the Pacific Northwest.
In her spare time, Grace enjoys hiking, traveling, horseback riding, snuggling with her two pups—Barley and Rye—and spending quality time with her husband and family.
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Grace Studer, Live Streaming Violence over Social Media: An Ethical Dilemma, 11 Charleston L. Rev. 621 (2017).