Grace grew up in a military family and has lived across the United States, including Alaska. She has made New Mexico her home for the last three years and lives in Albuquerque. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in History from Virginia Tech. She went on to LSU to earn her Juris Doctorate and her Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law. She has worked previously with the New Mexico Law Offices of the Public Defender and takes an empathetic yet aggressive approach to helping those who are accused of crimes, carrying that approach with all of her clients.
Grace Jennings concentrates her practice on criminal defense, including DWI, traffic matters, misdemeanors, felonies, expungements and protecting the rights of individuals accused of crimes in New Mexico. Her practice also includes personal injury claims. She also practices in evictions and issues that arise with real estate contracts, including foreclosures and replevin actions. She serves clients throughout the state of New Mexico, the Navajo Nation, and in other tribal courts.
- Virginia Tech (BA 2015)
- Paul M. Hebert Law Center Louisiana State University(J.D./G.D.C.L. 2019)
- State of New Mexico
- Navajo Nation
- Pueblo of Laguna
- Pueblo of San Felipe
- United State District Court for the State of New Mexico
- United States Bankruptcy Court District of New Mexico
- United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.
- Real Estate Contracts
- Personal Injury
In her personal time, Grace serves on a committee for Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless, enjoys traveling, watching Virginia Tech and LSU football games, and playing with her two dogs.