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“When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.”

- Proverbs 11:2

  • Grace Guo is an associate in CTSW’s litigation department. Before joining CTSW, Grace gained extensive state and federal litigation experience working on general civil, personal injury, and various insurance related claims. She has practiced in New York, New Jersey, and in both the Eastern and Southern District of New York.

    During her time clerking for the Honorable Justice Parker at the Alabama Supreme Court, she learned to look at cases from a Judge’s perspective, which has allowed her to write and advocate for her clients with greater proficiency. Grace graduated from the University of Toronto with Honors Bachelor of Arts. She then obtained her Juris Doctorate from Liberty University School of Law, where she was the sole recipient of the Trial Advocacy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Trial Advocacy. In her capacity as research assistant, together with her professors, she published three law review articles on various topics. Most notably, one of which was published in the coveted Fletcher Forum of World Affairs Law Journal.

    Grace has lived in various parts of the world. She spent her childhood in Mainland China, then went on to study in New Zealand, Canada, and the U.S. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.

  • Grace Guo is an associate in CTSW’s litigation department. Before joining CTSW, Grace gained extensive state and federal litigation experience working on general civil, personal injury, and various insurance related claims. She has practiced in New York, New Jersey, and in both the Eastern and Southern District of New York.

    During her time clerking for the Honorable Justice Parker at the Alabama Supreme Court, she learned to look at cases from a Judge’s perspective, which has allowed her to write and advocate for her clients with greater proficiency. Grace graduated from the University of Toronto with Honors Bachelor of Arts. She then obtained her Juris Doctorate from Liberty University School of Law, where she was the sole recipient of the Trial Advocacy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Trial Advocacy. In her capacity as research assistant, together with her professors, she published three law review articles on various topics. Most notably, one of which was published in the coveted Fletcher Forum of World Affairs Law Journal.

    Grace has lived in various parts of the world. She spent her childhood in Mainland China, then went on to study in New Zealand, Canada, and the U.S. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.

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