Grace LeBlancLaw Clerk
Grace LeBlanc is a law clerk who supports the firm's attorneys in their partition cases.
Grace is in her third year at Chapman Dale E. Fowler School of Law, expects to graduate in May 2024, and will take the California Bar in July 2024. She serves on the Chapman Law Review as an Executive Article Submissions Editor and on Chapman's Moot Court Competition Board. She previously interned with the United States Department of Agriculture Office of the General Counsel, where she assisted in advising USDA agencies on matters involving state property law, federal agency tort immunity, and constitutional taking issues. She has also worked as a law clerk for Grochow Law, APC, an employment firm in Aliso Viejo.
Before law school, Grace worked in the environmental compliance industry for nearly five years. She received her bachelor's degree in environmental management from Louisiana State University in 2016. Her interest in environmental and land management policy influenced her desire to become an attorney.
Grace is an avid yoga practitioner who also enjoys cooking, baking, and spending time with her cats, Cassie and Holmes.