Gali Grant is a litigation partner at Glaser Weil. She has extensive experience litigating high-stakes cases for major businesses and high-net-worth individuals in corporate, entertainment, employment, and real estate matters. Gali received her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, San Diego, and her law degree from Loyola Law School, where she was a member of the nationally-ranked Byrne trial team and the St. Thomas More Honor Society for law students ranking at the top of their class.
Gali is an active member of her firm and community. She is one of the founders of Glaser Weil’s Diversity & Inclusion and Associate Development Committees. As a mother of two school-age children, Gali’s service to her community includes membership in the Overland Elementary School PTA. Previous community involvement included serving as a volunteer teacher with School on Wheels and membership in the Association of Business Trial Lawyers.
When she can find time away from a busy career and family responsibilities, Gali enjoys yoga, traveling, and cooking.
A native Israeli, Gali has a passion for the Jewish State and Jewish causes. She is excited about her participation in the LEAD program: “I am passionate about Israel, Jewish advocacy and philanthropy, and equal access to education. I am hoping to learn more about the contributions HU makes to the global community and how we can use these contributions as an effective advocacy tool for my home country of Israel.”