Over 60 Years Of Litigation Experience

K. Grace Stranch







Ms. Stranch is a graduate of Rhodes College from which she was chosen for a year long study of globalization through the International Honors Program. She is a recent graduate of the College of Law at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she was founder and President of the American Constitution Society, and served as President of the Environmental Law Organization. Ms. Stranch also was the event coordinator for ENLACE, the Latino law student organization at the law school. Ms. Stranch has volunteered as a Spanish translator at UT and for Centro Hispano. She has engaged in community organizing and has worked with the Tennessee Environmental Council. She is currently a board member of United Mountain Defense where she and her husband organize the annual Appalachian Public Interest Environmental Conference (APIEL).

Ms. Stranch was honored by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a Law Student For Justice for her pro bono work. She completed over 75 hours during her time at UT.

Ms. Stranch is a Next Generation Leader for the American Constitution Society. She is a member of LAW and the Nashville and Tennessee Bar Associations.

Mrs. Stranch is married to Anthony Stachowiak, who is completing his masters degrees in environmental sociology and environmental engineering.

Areas Of Practice

  • General Litigation
  • Public Utility and Municipalities
  • Labor and Employment
  • Complex Litigation
  • Immigration
  • Probate
  • Environmental Law

Bar Admissions

  • Tennessee


  • University of Tennessee College of Law, Knoxville, Tennessee
    • J.D.
    • Honors: Founder and President, American Constitution Society
    • Honors: President, Environmental Law Organization
    • Honors: Event Coordinator, ENLACE
  • Rhodes College
    • B.A.
    • Honors: International Honors Program

Honors and Awards

  • Law Student For Justice, Tennessee Supreme Court

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • American Constitution Society

Pro Bono Activities

  • Spanish translator at UT and for Centro Hispano
  • American Constitution Society