Sarah Grace McCord is an associate attorney in Swift Currie’s Atlanta office. Her practice focuses on defending automobile litigation, bad faith litigation, catastrophic injury and wrongful death, insurance coverage, premises liability and appellate cases.
Prior to joining Swift Currie, Sarah Grace co-authored an amicus brief for the United States Supreme Court while working with a nonprofit organization during her first year of law school. During her third year of law school, she participated in the Appellate Litigation Clinic where she drafted numerous briefs. This clinic also gave her the opportunity to represent a client in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
In her practice, Sarah Grace prides herself on providing high quality work while maintaining strong and lively relationships. When working with clients and colleagues, she seeks to ensure all voices are heard and the interests of everyone are well represented. Sarah Grace utilizes her strong communication skills and flexibility so as to efficiently address any questions and concerns.
Sarah Grace earned her J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude. She also received her B.A. from the University of Georgia, summa cum laude.
- CALI Award for Torts (University of Georgia School of Law)
- CALI Award for Sociology of Law (University of Georgia School of Law, Spring 2023)
- 1933 Torts Award (University of Georgia School of Law)
State Bar of Georgia
During her undergraduate studies, Sarah Grace enjoyed volunteering for a pro bono legal clinic in Athens, Georgia. Outside of the legal profession, she enjoys running obstacle courses and hopes to complete her first half marathon this year.
University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., 2023)
University of Georgia (B.A., 2019)