University of Houston, J.D., cum laude, 2018; Articles Editor, Houston Law Review
University of Texas at Austin, M.S., 2011
Rice University, B.A., 2009
Grace Hearn is a versatile environmental attorney with experience counseling clients in a diverse array of environmental needs both throughout the country and internationally. She advises clients concerning environmental risks, liabilities and obligations associated with complex transactions and business operations. Additionally, she represents clients in state and federal court in litigation involving environmental and toxic torts issues.
Grace also holds a master’s degree in historic preservation and is a Secretary of the Interior-qualified architectural historian. Her unique expertise enables her to efficiently navigate clients through NHPA, NEPA and other preservation obligations.
Before joining Robinson Bradshaw, Grace was an attorney with Reed Smith in Houston. She is not yet admitted to practice in North Carolina.
- Houston Bar Association, Special Olympics Committee
- Houston Zoo, Young Flock Professionals Program
- Preservation Houston, Pier & Beam Member