Grover and his wife Mackenzie started the Collins Law Firm in 2013 with a desire to provide clients with a different type of law firm – one that is effective and direct yet unconventional.
Grover’s success as a prosecutor with the District Attorney’s office has followed him into the private sector. He has become a trusted adviser for many businesses and people in Middle Tennessee. Grover has handled thousands of criminal cases, real estate transactions, and contract negotiations. He has fought for clients in front of appeal boards, regulatory boards, and even a homeowner’s association or two.
Grover enjoys nothing more than taking complex problems with many moving parts and putting together the best possible design from the pieces given. Whether the pieces of the puzzle are a set of facts in a criminal case, an unreasonable work delay in a contract or a business is in need of an expansion plan, Grover takes pride in tackling the problem with full energy and putting together a solution that works for everyone involved.
Suffice to say, Grover no longer limits his practice areas but defines his practice as solving problems for clients and causes he believes in.
- University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D., 2008
- Lipscomb University, B.A. in Business Management, 2005
- Nashville Bar Association - Criminal Justice Committee Co-Chair, 2015
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Nashville State Paralegal Studies Advisory Board
- Phoenix Club of Nashville
- Tennessee, 2009
- U.S. District Court - Middle District of Tennessee, 2015
- U.S. Virgin Islands, 2015