“It seems to me that a story without a message, however subliminal, is like a man without a soul . . . None of us lives in a vacuum—none of us is untouched by the everyday events about us—events which shape our stories just as they shape our lives.” – Stan Lee
Grant P. Scowden is an attorney at Ball Morse Lowe whose practice focuses on business + commercial matters, litigation, and estate planning. Grant graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a B.A. in history education. He then went on to get his Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2020. While attending law school, Grant served as a member of the Oklahoma Law Review and as vice president of the school’s Intellectual Property Society.
Throughout his career, from studying to teach history to his internship as a mediator, and eventually to the practice of law, Grant has sought to understand the personal element behind each story, event, or case. This motivation has helped guide Grant into a practice in civil litigation.
In his spare time, Grant enjoys discovering local restaurants with his wife, Tracie, being a musician, and playing board games.
University of Oklahoma College of Law Norman, Oklahoma
Juris Doctor, 2020
Law Review, Judicial Committee
Intellectual Property Society, Vice President
Southwestern Oklahoma State University Weatherford, Oklahoma
Bachelors of Arts in History Education, 2017
Summa Cum Laude
University Baccalaureate Scholarship
President’s Honor Roll
President’s Leadership Class of 2013
Phi Alpha Theta - History Scholars Society
Professional Associations + Memberships
- Oklahoma Bar Association