J. Grant Stringham

Associate

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(215) 972-5468
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(215) 972-7008
Philadelphia, PA
130 North 18th Street
26th Floor
Philadelphia
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PA
19103
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PRACTICE AREAS

Business Law

Employment Law and Labor Relations

General Liability and Casualty Defense

Insurance Coverage Analysis and Litigation

Premises Liability

Commercial Litigation

Personal Injury

Admissions

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

Education

Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

J.D., 2014

University of Utah David Eccles School of Business

B.S., 2011

J. Grant Stringham primarily focuses his practice on general liability and commercial litigation matters and also has experience in other practice areas, such as business disputes, professional liability, product liability, premises liability, and personal injury matters. Grant also serves as assistant firm counsel in litigation matters.

J. Grant Stringham primarily focuses his practice on general liability and commercial litigation matters and also has experience in other practice areas, such as business disputes, professional liability, product liability, premises liability, and personal injury matters. Grant also serves as assistant firm counsel in litigation matters.

Prior to joining Chartwell, Grant was a Judicial Fellow to the Honorable Ellen Ceisler in Philadelphia, PA, drafting opinions in the areas of constitutional law while addressing the complexities of Philadelphia’s city planning overlays and commercial developments. He was also a law clerk at a prestigious plaintiffs’ firm in Philadelphia, PA.

While in law school, Grant was a representative for the Student Bar Association and served both the Administrative and Student Affairs Committees. During that time, he offered pro bono service as a teacher of Constitutional Law at South Philadelphia High School for the Marshall-Brennan Literacy Project.

Grant worked at a wood mill and in residential construction when he was younger and used those skills as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and ReStore in college. While working his way through school, he discovered wine and apprenticed under a Sommelier and Master of Wine in Oregon before taking a sommelier position in Salt Lake City. Grant enjoys outdoor activities including mountain and rock climbing, biking, skiing, wakeboarding, golfing, and playing the guitar.

Professional Associations

American Bar Association

Philadelphia Bar Association

J. Grant Stringham primarily focuses his practice on general liability and commercial litigation matters and also has experience in other practice areas, such as business disputes, professional liability, product liability, premises liability, and personal injury matters. Grant also serves as assistant firm counsel in litigation matters.

Prior to joining Chartwell, Grant was a Judicial Fellow to the Honorable Ellen Ceisler in Philadelphia, PA, drafting opinions in the areas of constitutional law while addressing the complexities of Philadelphia’s city planning overlays and commercial developments. He was also a law clerk at a prestigious plaintiffs’ firm in Philadelphia, PA.

While in law school, Grant was a representative for the Student Bar Association and served both the Administrative and Student Affairs Committees. During that time, he offered pro bono service as a teacher of Constitutional Law at South Philadelphia High School for the Marshall-Brennan Literacy Project.

Grant worked at a wood mill and in residential construction when he was younger and used those skills as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and ReStore in college. While working his way through school, he discovered wine and apprenticed under a Sommelier and Master of Wine in Oregon before taking a sommelier position in Salt Lake City. Grant enjoys outdoor activities including mountain and rock climbing, biking, skiing, wakeboarding, golfing, and playing the guitar.

Professional Associations

American Bar Association

Philadelphia Bar Association

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