Grace Olubowale is an Associate with Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien, Doherty & Kelly. She is admitted to practice in Maryland.
Grace graduated from Howard University in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. At Howard University, Grace demonstrated a strong commitment to academic excellence, received Dean’s List recognition and was awarded the prestigious Gilman Scholar and Boren Scholar honors where she studied in India for one year. Grace next attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, graduating in 2022. During law school, she participated in the Black Law Students Association as an Executive Board Member and contributed significantly as a member of the Transactional Law Team. Her involvement extended to the Black Law Students Association Alternate Dispute Resolution Team, where she participated in the 15th Annual Nelson Mandela International Negotiation Competition. Grace also served as an Executive Board Member of the University Student Government Association.
During law school, Grace gained practical experience as a Rule 19 Student Attorney in the Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic. She guided clients through the bankruptcy process, prepared petitions and related filings, and represented clients at Section 341 meetings of creditors. Prior to working at Marks O’Neill, Grace worked as a corporate law firm, providing support on matters related to trademarks, corporate governance, securities filings, construction litigation, real estate, and insurance litigation.
Since joining Marks O’Neill, Grace brings her experience to the Casualty, Healthcare, Professional Liability, Construction and Transportation practice groups.
Outside of work, Grace enjoys watching the Great British Baking Show, jogging and reading.