Grace Linthicum received her Juris Doctor degree from the Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she was elected as Chief Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity and an active member of the Health Law Society. In addition, she was selected by school faculty as a Charlotte School of Law Ambassador. During her tenure at Charlotte School of Law, Grace was selected to represent the school at the Mississippi Center of Justice where she worked pro bono in analyzing claims from victims of the 2011 BP Oil Spill.
While in law school, Grace focused her studies on Health law with an emphasis on Regulatory Compliance and Patient Care Issues which she is able to utilize as a Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability Attorney. With a strong interest in health law, Grace gained exposure to the intricacies of a Compliance and Legal department of a large hospital system during her final year of law school after previously gaining experience in various legal settings, including criminal, family, and real estate law.
Before attending law school, Grace graduated from Campbell University with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. At Campbell, she served as Vice-President of the Accounting Club and volunteered annually as the Team Captain for the club’s Relay for Life team. Grace also worked as the Head Lifeguard for Campbell University, which incorporated the responsibility of instruction for various Lifeguard, CPR/AED, and First Aid classes.
Playing volleyball is a personal passion for Grace. From the age of ten until eighteen years old, she played both high school and travel club volleyball. She subsequently enjoyed the competition and rewards of coaching high school players. Grace continues to enjoy playing recreational volleyball; almost as much as she enjoys spending time with her husband, Curtis and dog, Goose.