James M. Grant, Esq. is an aggressive and experienced litigator whose practice focuses on a specialty area of litigation involving personal injury, car accidents, wrongful death, traffic ticket defense and DUI defense. Mr. Grant has tried a number of cases in private practice and during his tenure as an Assistant Solicitor General with the Gwinnett County Solicitor-General’s Office. As such, Mr. Grant is well equipped to serve his clients throughout the State of Georgia.
Following his graduation from law school, Mr. Grant began his career as an Assistant Solicitor-General with the Gwinnett County Solicitor-General’s Office and the Municipal Court of Suwanee. Mr. Grant handled every aspect of criminal cases from initial investigation, to receiving the verdict of the jury up to and including appeals. Most notably, Mr. Grant filed a brief and made an oral argument before the Supreme Court of Georgia in the case of Castillo-Solis v. State. Not only did he argue before the Supreme Court of Georgia, but Mr. Grant successfully persuaded the Supreme Court of Georgia to rule in favor of his position. Mr. Grant continued to press on through numerous bench and jury trials as a prosecutor and zealous advocate for the State of Georgia. Following his years of service as a prosecutor, Mr. Grant accepted a position as an Associate Attorney with Atlanta Trial Lawyers Group at Jaffe Law Center, LLC. After consistently proving himself as a top-tier litigator, he was promoted as a Senior Associate Attorney.
Now as a founding partner of Georgia Trial Attorneys at Kirchen & Grant, LLC, Mr. Grant represents and counsels each client and prospective client as a highly trained and hyper aggressive attorney. Mr. Grant’s trial experience as a civil litigator as well as a prosecutor is instrumental to his success in the courtroom. Further, his varied experiences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Faulkner University, Gwinnett County Solicitor-General’s Office, the Municipal Court of Suwanee, Atlanta Trial Lawyers Group and Georgia Trial Attorneys make him ideally suited to fervently serve clients with various needs, backgrounds, and cases.
Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Superior, State and Magistrate Courts
Georgia Personal Injury (GAPI)
Atlanta Bar Association
CMI’s Intoxilyzer 5000 Maintenance Training Court
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement Course
Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law (J.D., 2011)