Grant Mitchell is an associate at Butler, Vines & Babb. He litigates a variety of civil matters for the Firm’s clients, including on behalf of businesses and individuals, covering areas such as medical malpractice, personal injury, construction law, commercial law, consumer protection claims, products liability, and appellate litigation.
Grant attended the University of Illinois for his first year of law school before transferring to the University of Tennessee, where he graduated in 2018. Grant received Certificates of Excellence for the highest grade in Civil Procedure, Civil Pretrial Litigation, Appellate Clinic, Constitutional Law, Property, and Construction Law, and was awarded the Outstanding Clinical Student Award during his time in law school. He also participated in multiple moot court competitions, including one judged by a panel of visiting judges from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth and Fifth Circuit, in which he won first place overall and the best overall brief. As a licensed student-attorney, Grant briefed and argued cases on behalf of indigent clients, including successfully winning an appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Before graduating he worked at several local firms where he assisted with legal research, pre-trial practice, and trials in federal and state cases.
Outside of his practice, he and his wife Macy enjoy traveling, weekends on the lake, and hiking in the Smokies.