Grace Chuchla’s practice focuses primarily on patent litigation, administrative law and appellate litigation before both state and federal courts. Grace also maintains an active pro bono practice and has represented asylum seekers and victims of domestic violence.
Grace earned her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she received the Hilmer Oehlmann, Jr. Award for excellence in legal research and writing and served as symposium editor and senior member editor of the Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation. While in law school, she worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and at Bet Tzedek Legal Services. Grace was also an active member of the Stanford Law School Housing Pro Bono project and the Community Law Clinic.
Grace’s undergraduate politics thesis focused on the evolution of the incorporation doctrine under the Fourteenth Amendment’s Due Process Clause and analyzed the impact that the Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in McDonald v. Chicago had on this doctrine. She is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational French.
- "Litigation Update: Supreme Court Limits Where Companies Can Be Sued," Marsh Insights (July 2017)
- "Kasky v. Nike: A Retrospective on the First Amendment," Century City Lawyer (July 2017)
Stanford Law School (J.D., 2016); Hilmer Oehlmann, Jr. Award; Symposium editor, senior member editor, Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation
Pomona College (B.A., Politics, Romance Languages, 2011), summa cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa