Grant Davis is an associate in the firm’s Houston office. Prior to practicing law, Grant studied biosystems engineering at The University of Tennessee, exposing him to a diverse curriculum that emphasized the biological, electrical and mechanical components of engineering. He also focused on design, putting theory into practice by building and testing an unmanned aerial vehicle as part of his group senior project. The project, which was centered on photogrammetric surveying, gave Grant valuable technical experience that he applies in his practice today. He possesses broad knowledge in multiples areas of engineering, allowing him to quickly learn and accurately describe the complex inventions he encounters on a daily basis.
Grant continued his education at The University of Tennessee College of Law and began building his legal experience both in the classroom and outside, including working as an editor of two major publications – The Tennessee Law Review and Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. He also participated in the college’s trademark clinic, which gave him hands-on experience in helping clients obtain trademark protection. Additionally, Grant completed a semester-long field placement in the Office of General Counsel at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, along with completing three summer associate programs that further prepared him for a comprehensive career in intellectual property. Using his technical aptitude to round out his legal expertise, Grant now supports the firm in the areas of patent preparation and prosecution. He speaks the language of technology and innovation, and takes pride in providing high-quality service to our clients and our team.
In his spare time, Grant enjoys watching Tennessee football.
- J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law, 2017
- B.S., magna cum laude, Biosystems Engineering, University of Tennessee, 2014
- State Bar of Texas
- University of Tennessee College of Law Alumni Council
- United States Senate Youth Alumni Association
- University of Tennessee Citation for Extraordinary Campus Leadership and Service