Attorney Grace Laws was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Ms. Laws received her Bachelor’s Degree from The Ohio State University in Archaeology with a minor in Spanish. During her high school and undergraduate career, Ms. Laws participated in several community-based charitable programs including a children’s reading comprehension program called “Wolves for Cubs.”
After college, Ms. Laws spent a year teaching at local Central Ohio schools, and specializing in teaching children with disabilities, ages pre-school to twelfth grade. While this was an extremely rewarding experience, Ms. Laws decided to pursue a legal education.
Ms. Laws first began working at Soroka & Associates LLC as a law clerk and was promoted to Associate Attorney upon successfully passing the Ohio Bar Exam. Ms. Laws work is centered around litigation, and she primarily focuses on the areas of Personal Injury, Auto and Trucking Accidents, Civil and Commercial Litigation, and Contract Disputes.
In her spare time, Ms. Laws enjoys traveling, hiking with her dog, and riding horses. Throughout her education, Ms. Laws traveled to and lived in seven countries, and won two consecutive National Championship titles and a Reserve National Championship title in equestrian sports, specifically western pleasure and horsemanship.
Areas Of Practice
- Personal Injury
- Motor Vehicle and Trucking Accidents
- Premise Liability
- Civil and Commercial Litigation
- Contract Disputes
- Business Organizations
- Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio
- Ohio State University, Ohio