Laura K. Grant


Laura K. Grant assists clients in product liability and mass tort litigation matters through in-depth research into the admissibility of expert testimony, wrongful death claims, and vaccine litigation defense. Laura helps pharmaceutical clients navigate complex statutory schemes and deliver life-saving medicines to patients, work that is informed by her experience as a regulatory compliance coordinator at a Fortune 500 biopharmaceutical company. For attorneys in the firm, Laura has drafted memoranda on patent infringement, trade secret disclosure, and international bribery.

Laura refined her research and writing skills through judicial internships at the Supreme Court of Maryland, where she researched complex legal issues involving property disputes, election law, and tort claims acts, and at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), where she drafted findings for discrimination claims. She also served as a Rule 19 student attorney in the University of Baltimore's Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, advocating for low-income clients in tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Tax Court, and the Comptroller of Maryland, eliminating multiple erroneous tax obligations. During law school, she also served as associate editor of University of Baltimore Law Forum and competed in several moot court competitions, earning high marks for her oral advocacy and a best brief award for her writing.

Laura worked as a private investigator for law firms before attending law school. In this role, she interviewed more than 150 clients and witnesses, analyzed medical and employment records, and wrote detailed case strategy reports. She also drafted defensive responses to professional licensing boards and prepared business formation documents.


Representative Matters

  • Part of a team that represents a pharmaceutical company in several multi-district litigations in state and federal courts



  • J.D. summa cum laude University of Baltimore 2023
    • Distinguished Scholar, Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society
    • Heuisler Honor Society
    • Dean's Citation for Service
    • Associate editor, University of Baltimore Law Forum
    • Law scholar, Civil Procedure, Tort, Property
    • Teaching assistant, Introduction to Trial Advocacy
    • Academics coordinator, If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice
    • Intern, the Honorable Matthew J. Fader, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Maryland
    • Intern, the Honorable Natasha L. Abel, Administrative Law Judge, EEOC
    • Rule 19 student attorney, Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic
    • Byron L. Warnken Moot Court Competition, Best Brief, spring 2021
    • Member, National Moot Court Competition Team, fall 2021
    • Member, Irving R. Kaufman Memorial Securities Law Moot Court Team, spring 2023
    • Member, National Patent Application Drafting Competition Team, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), spring 2023
  • B.S. Integrated Studies Middle Tennessee State University 2020
    • Visual arts editor, Collage: A Journal of Creative Expression

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland

Professional Memberships and Activities

  • Vice chair of technology, Women Trial Lawyers Section, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice (TIPS), American Bar Association


Pro Bono

  • Part of a team that petitioned for sentence reduction under Maryland's Juvenile Restoration Act

Personal Activities

  • Member, One Trick Ponies, Regional Karaoke League Champions 2023