Grace Davies is an associate attorney with Tilton & Dunn, P.L.L.P. where she litigates cases in both state and federal courts and represents clients in a wide variety of disputes including products liability, medical malpractice and employment discrimination. Her experience includes prosecuting a complex products liability action in federal court. She has also assisted in the representation of medical doctors before the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and employees in adverse employment actions.
Prior to joining Tilton & Dunn, Ms. Davies was a law clerk for Magistrate Judges Fernando M. Olguin and Paul L. Abrams of the United States District Court of the Central District of California and before that was the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) Litigation Fellow at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP in New York City. Before beginning her legal career, Ms. Davies worked as a social worker for Healthy Families at Roca, Inc. in Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Ms. Davies earned her J.D. from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California, where she was on the Dean’s Honor List, was a member of the St. Thomas More Law Honor Society, and was a member and articles editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. While at Loyola, Ms. Davies received a Foundation of the State Bar of California Scholarship, and a Faculty Academic Honors Scholarship. She is a graduate of Simmons College (B.A., magna cum laude) in Boston, Massachusetts.
Ms. Davies is actively committed to pro bono representation which includes work as a volunteer attorney for Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services. Ms. Davies is also a volunteer facilitator and community member of the Seward Longfellow Restorative Justice Partnership and the Restorative Justice Community Action Project of Minneapolis.
Ms. Davies authored the article “Frankenstein Rule: ICANN, Free Speech, and Potholes on the Path to Involuntary e-Government, Ent. Pub & The Arts Handbook (West Group 2005-06 ed.).
Ms. Davies is admitted to practice in Minnesota before the U.S. District Court of Minnesota and in California (currently inactive) before the Central District of California. She is also a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and Legal Assistance to the Disadvantaged Committee.