Mary Grace Rahm is an associate in Clark Partington’s Commercial Litigation Department in Destin, Florida. Mary Grace practices primarily in the areas of environmental and land use law, real property litigation, intellectual property law, and creditor’s rights. She understands that litigation can be stressful for a client and approaches each case with the client’s goals in mind. She believes that her role is to serve as both a legal strategist and adviser to her clients in providing not just the legal solution to the issue presented, but a practical solution that best meets the client’s needs.
While in law school, Mary Grace served as the Student Writing Editor of the Mercer Law Review. Mary Grace was an active member of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and served as the organization’s President. She also served as Secretary of the Legal Aid Volunteer Association.
Mary Grace is a native of Niceville, Florida and graduate of Collegiate High School at Northwest Florida State College. Since returning home as a lawyer, she feels that she has a unique opportunity to use her education to make her hometown a better place for the future. When she is not advocating for her clients, she enjoys paddle boarding, volunteering at Alaqua Animal Refuge, baking, and spending time with her rescue dog, Lincoln.
Areas of Practice
- Commercial Litigation
- Environmental & Land Use
- Real Estate Litigation
- Intellectual Property
- Creditor’s Rights & Bankruptcy
- Appeals & Trial Support
- J.D., Mercer University School of Law, magna cum laude, 2017
- B.A., Florida State University, 2012
Admittance to Practice
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida