Grace Strange became a lawyer because she believes everyone should have access to our justice system. As a U.S. Army veteran, she knows the importance of fighting for our constitution. She puts her determination and passion to work for her clients. Grace does not give up on people or causes. By carefully listening to her client’s stories, she can effectively advocate for them in court and negotiations.
Ms. Strange lived all over the world during her five years in the Army. This caused her to see many different walks of life. While living in Iraq for almost a year, she is proud that she did not become jaded at people despite the challenging environment. She uses this experience today to be empathetic to the concerns of her clients. During her time in Iraq, she helped start a humanitarian organization that exists to this day.
Grace comes to work every day because she is motivated by her clients’ needs. She wants to see her clients excel. When she is not in the office, she enjoys spending time out on the land with God, her husband, and dogs. She likes to paint, play guitar, read, write, and spend time with her church family. Ms. Strange also spends a lot of time volunteering. She helps with a prison ministry and her nonprofit organization.
Grace Strange graduated from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida with a degree in psychology and criminal justice. She is a graduate of Baylor Law School.