Grace Parrish



Grace Parrish is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola Law School and serves as the Program Director for Private Field Placements. Prior to leaving private practice, Prof. Parrish worked at a civil defense firm where she handled a variety of cases including defending accounting professionals in professional malpractice claims and regulatory actions; defending automobile dealerships in personal injury, consumer actions, and employment actions; defending complex construction defect actions and consumer class actions. She has also prosecuted special education matters on behalf of students and families. 

Prof. Parrish graduated from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles in 2006. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from University of California, Los Angeles. She was admitted to practice in California in 2006.

Since 2012, Prof. Parrish has taught courses on Electronic Discovery. She also teaches ethics and a simulated litigation course which provides a survey of the litigation skills necessary to prosecute and defend a case from the pleading stage, through discovery and motions, up to, but not including trial. 

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