Grant’s practice focuses on meeting the needs of individuals with estate planning and elder law services. Grant also works with small and medium-sized businesses from initial formation to contract needs, employment matters, and business litigation issues.

Grant’s practice includes Sports and Entertainment Law where he works closely with musicians, film-makers, artists, writers, athletes, record labels, publishers, promoters, and management companies to negotiate favorable contracts, publishing, merchandising, and endorsement deals. Through Grant’s Entertainment Law practice he provides advice on licensing, distribution, digital, and media rights, protects against copyright and trademark infringement, and assists with general business matters.

Grant earned his degree in History from Texas A&M University, and his J.D. degree from Baylor University School of Law, where he was a member of the Order of Barristers and the Christian Legal Society. Grant represented Baylor University in the Texas Administrative Law Moot Court competition and earned the award for Best Brief at that competition in 2002.

Grant began his professional career as a recruiter for NHRG Technical Services in Austin. While at NHRG, he negotiated high-dollar contracts for employees and employers in the highly competitive e-commerce industry. While at NHRG, he set the first quarter rookie recruiting record for revenue generated through his efforts in negotiating contracts.

Grant and his wife, Emily, are members of Green Acres Baptist Church where he taught the Couples of Promise Sunday School class. Grant and Emily are the proud parents of three very active boys and a tough-as-nails daughter.

Grant remains extremely active in the Upward Sports Ministry, coaching youth flag football, baseball, basketball, and soccer. He has served as the co-Director for Upward Tyler’s Flag Football program from 2009 through 2011. Beginning in 2013, Grant began serving as the Middle School football coach for TK Bishop Gorman.