Grant Boyd joined O’Brien Law Firm in 2020. He focuses his practice on representing victims of violent crime, sexual abuse victims, wrongful death claims, and other personal injury cases. Grant has an established reputation of advocating strongly on behalf of those who suffered an injury, survived abuse, or lost a loved one due to the negligent, careless or unlawful acts of others.
Grant specializes in lawsuits on behalf of sexual assault victims and crime victims. He has a documented history of achieving large settlements for his clients, including the 2018 Missouri Lawyers Media Top 10 Settlements Award. He also represents crime victims on a pro bono basis in criminal cases and orders of protection.
Grant received his Bachelor of Arts in legal studies and psychology from Saint Louis University in 2010. He then attended Saint Louis University School of Law, obtaining his Juris Doctorate in 2014. While pursuing his legal degree, Grant was a member of the Alpha Sigma Nu Honors Society. The recipient of several academic excellence awards, Grant also received the Milton F. Napier Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy, and he was one of the leading members of the school’s mock trial team.
After graduating from law school, Grant received his license to practice from The Missouri Bar in 2014. In 2015, the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri also admitted him to practice. Having clerked for Sindel Noble during his time as a law student, Grant joined the firm upon graduation, and he has proven highly effective as a trial lawyer and legal advocate. In 2016, St. Louis Business Journal named him to its list of Top 30 Under 30 attorneys in the region. He has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. In 2020, Missouri Lawyers Media presented him with the Legal Champions Award for his advocacy on behalf of sexual abuse victims.
Fully committed to his practice, Grant is a member of The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, as well as the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, and National Crime Victim Bar Association. He is currently a member of the Young Lawyers Council of the National Crime Victim Bar Association.
An avid hockey player, Grant is active in youth hockey programs throughout his community and assists low-income families in being able to take part in the sport. Grant is also involved with supporting inner-city schools, including The Biome School.