Complex commercial litigation, Appellate litigation, Creditors/debtors' rights, real estate transactions

Brigham Young University (B.A. 2001); J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University (J.D. 2004).

Utah State Bar Association, U.S. Court of appeals in Tenth Circuit



ANTHONY M. GROVER   [ email ]

Mr. Grover was raised in Pleasant Grove, Utah, and graduated from Pleasant Grove High School in 1995. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 2001, earning a degree in History. Following graduation, Mr. Grover attended the Brigham Young University J. Reuben Clark Law School where he graduated in 2004 and was elected to the Order of the Barrister.

Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Grover joined the Salt Lake law firm of Woodbury & Kesler, P.C. Mr. Grover's legal practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, appellate litigation, creditors/debtors' rights, and real estate transactions. Mr. Grover's prior legal experience includes work in the fields of international corporate law, as a legal intern for Enron Energy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and federal immigration and trade law as a law clerk for the United States Embassy in Santiago, Chile. Mr. Grover has also worked as a legal extern for the Honorable Justice Michael J. Wilkins, former Associate Chief Justice of the Utah Supreme Court, and the Honorable Judge Norman H. Jackson, former Presiding Judge of the Utah Court of Appeals.

Mr. Grover has traveled extensively through Central and South America, including a university-funded research trip to Trinidad & Tobago for a study of nineteenth-century slavery in the Caribbean. Mr. Grover volunteered as a mentor for a local elementary school throughout his undergraduate and law-school education as well as a translator for Spanish-speaking children in the area. Mr. Grover has served as a volunteer attorney with Utah Legal Services providing free legal counsel for low income tenants facing eviction.