Seth R. Granda
Seth R. Granda is an Attorney in the Litigation Section of King & Ballow in Nashville, Tennessee.
Seth obtained his law degree from Belmont University College of Law. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History with a minor in Political Science from Belmont University where he graduated cum laude. During his undergraduate studies, Seth was selected as the Policy Review Committee Chairman for the Student Government Association.
While in law school, Seth served on Belmont’s Board of Advocates and competed on its award-winning Health Law Moot Court Team. Seth also earned the Best Performance Award for Mass Media Law, was elected Vice President of the Health Law Society—which laid the groundwork for the Belmont Health Law Journal—and was recognized as a Peer Mentor for first year law students. Additionally, Seth worked throughout law school as a law clerk and field placement extern with the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office in various divisions including the Real Property, Medicaid Fraud and Integrity, and Consumer Protection and Advocate Divisions, respectively.
Before working at King & Ballow, Seth clerked for the Honorable Deanna B. Johnson and James G. Martin III, Judges for the Twenty-First Judicial District of Tennessee. Seth subsequently practiced with a regional civil litigation defense firm representing corporations and individual business clients.
Education & Court Admissions
J.D., Belmont University College of Law
B.S., Belmont University
Licensed in: Tennessee
Admitted to practice: U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee, Middle District of Tennessee