Cheryl A. Grames is an associate in the Las Vegas office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Bad Faith Litigation Practice. Ms. Grames worked at Lewis Brisbois from November 2012 through December 2015, during which time she had the good fortune of working in the Bad Faith Litigation Practice, the White Collar Criminal Defense Practice, and the Professional Liability Practice.
During her year away from Lewis Brisbois, Ms. Grames worked at a boutique law firm that specializes in HOA superpriority lien litigation. There, she oversaw a large case load, which enabled her to enrich and deepen her litigation skill set.
William S. Boyd School of Law, Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), Juris Doctor, May 2012
University of Pennsylvania, Master of Arts, May 1996
Rutgers University, Camden, Bachelor of Arts in History, June 1994
State Bar Admissions, Nevada
State Supreme Courts, Nevada Supreme Court
United States District Courts, United States District Court for the District of Nevada
Fortunately, Ms. Grames’ sons are Boy (and Cub) Scouts, and through their respective troop and pack, she enjoys the ability to engage the Las Vegas community outside of the courtroom. Ms. Grames is also a parent representative to her littlest son’s elementary school’s “School Organization Team,” which is designed to hand over more local decision-making to a school’s stakeholders. Finally, Ms. Grames is a pro bono attorney with the Children’s Attorney Project, which provides legal representation to children in foster care.
Prior to her legal career, Ms. Grames worked for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, and she was a part-time instructor at UNLV(American History since 1865).