Franklin County resident and Rush County native Grant Reeves is an associate with Barada Law Offices. Reeves is also a graduate of Rushville Consolidated High School, and he studied law at Duke University in Durham, NC. In his legal practice, Reeves frequently relies on the analytical reasoning and problem solving skills he learned while studying engineering and economics. Though he practices in many areas, his primary legal interests include business law, municipal law, estate planning and general litigation.
Reeves loved growing up on his family's farm and is happy to have returned home to live, practice law and raise his family. In his personal life, Reeves is interested in economic growth and development in Franklin and Rush Counties. He is active in the Rush County ECDC and Salem Friends Meeting (Church) in Union County. Reeves is also involved with the Rush County Community Foundation and the Franklin County Republican Party.
Duke University/Duke Law School, JD/M.A. in Law, cum laude, and Economics; Mordecai Scholar (Full-Tuition Scholarship)
University of Michigan, M.S. in Biomedical Engineering & M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude; Lilly Scholar (Full-Tuition Scholarship)
Rushville Consolidated High School, Co-Valedictorian