Grace Peck practices commercial and healthcare litigation. She earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from Belmont University College of Law where she graduated third in her class. During law school, Grace served as an Executive Editor for the Belmont Law Review and worked as a Research Fellow for Dean Alberto R. Gonzales.
Grace graduated from Belmont University, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and German. She received the Robert E. Watson Scholarship Award for achieving the highest scholastic record across all colleges and disciplines.
Before attending law school, Grace worked as the campaign manager for a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. During law school, she completed an externship with Chief Justice Jeffrey S. Bivins of the Tennessee Supreme Court. Grace currently serves on the Junior Board for Women in Numbers ("WIN"), a non-partisan organization that endorses and encourages qualified women to be elected to public office.
Belmont University College of Law, 2020
American Bar Association