Areas of Practice
- Veterans Law
Grace K. Hurley
Grace joined CCK as a summer associate in 2019 and returned to CCK in October of 2020 as an associate attorney. Her practice focuses on representing disabled veterans and their families before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
After completing her undergraduate degree at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Grace attended Boston University School of law and graduated in May of 2020. Grace became interested in representing clients in disability benefits claims when she began working at Cornell’s Employment and Disability Institute during her sophomore year of college. In law school, she interned with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services and pursued her commitment to public interest work as a member of BU Law’s Public Interest Law Journal.
Grace lives in Boston and enjoys exploring the city in her free time, sampling the best Italian offerings of the North End (Trattoria Il Panino holds the #1 spot… for now), taking sailing lessons, going on walks with her fourth roommate – a rescue pup named Tyson, and, as of recently, unwinding with Netflix after the longest bar-exam-prep season in history.
- State of New Hampshire
- Not licensed by Rhode Island
Court finds Board failed to consider Anxiety Disorder symptoms
June 6, 2017
Obesity and VA Disability Compensation
July 9, 2018
- Agent Orange in Laos: New Benefits for Veterans and Surviving Dependents
- Appeals Reform Notice of Disagreement vs. Legacy Appeals System Notice of Disagreement
- Diabetes Denial Missed Key VA Regulation
- What Benefits Are You Eligible for as a Disabled Veteran?
- Long-Term Disability Lump-Sum Settlement Offers: What to Know