Grace A. Mock is an associate attorney at Sneed, Vine & Perry, P.C., where she assists clients with a wide range of matters including researching legal problems and working to find a solution, preparing for litigation and drafting demand letters.

Grace practices out of the firm’s Georgetown, Texas office in Williamson County.


Grace joined Sneed, Vine & Perry, P.C. in 2021, following graduation from law school. She previously served for two years as head student research assistant at the Texas A&M School of Law, where she edited Law Review articles and book chapters concerning intellectual property and health law.

She was also a law clinic student and teaching assistant for the Texas A&M Trademark and Copyright Clinic, where she worked with clients on both trademark and copyright issues at the federal level, and drafted contracts on issues such as artwork loan and display, copyright transfer and works made for hire.

Grace worked as a summer law clerk at AZZ Inc.(NYSE: AZZ) a global provider of metal coatings services, welding solutions, specialty electrical equipment and highly engineered services, where she reviewed data collection and storage to ensure GDPR and ESG compliance; assisted with buy-side and sell-side M&A deals; and drafted responses to subpoenas and master service agreements, and conducted document review

She was also selected as the Stephen Philbin Media Law Fellow in 2019, where she worked for both The Dallas Morning News and Jackson Walker. During this time she conducted research used for a 12(b)(6) motion and prepared memos on damages for libel per se, business disparagement, trade dress and consumer privacy protection; updated the Texas Open Government Guide and wrote a legislative update on recent open government bills; and ensured privacy policy compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act.