Grant is a 2020 graduate of Harvard Law School, where he served as Managing Editor of the Harvard Environmental Law Review and President of the HLS Urbanists. He received the Sears Prize, awarded to the two students with the highest GPAs in their first year, and the Irving Oberman Memorial Prize in Environmental Law.  Grant was a summer clerk at Anderson & Kreiger in 2019. While in law school, he interned at Environmental Defense Fund and worked in the Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. He was also a research assistant for multiple professors.

Prior to law school, Grant worked at the New York City Transit Authority as a budget analyst.

Education

Harvard Law School, J.D., 2020, magna cum laude
Sears Prize
Tom Barron Fellowship

Brown University, A.B, 2016, magna cum laude
Phi Beta Kappa
Sigma Xi
Henry D. Sharpe, Jr. '45 Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award
Presidential LINK Award

Grant Glovin, A Mount Laurel for Climate Change? The Judicial Role in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Land Use and Transportation, 49 Envtl. L. Rep. 10,938 (2019)

Jessica Wentz, Grant Glovin & Adrian Ang, Sabin Ctr. for Climate Change Law, Survey of Climate Change Considerations in Federal Environmental Impact Statements, 2012-2014 (2016)

Grant grew up in New York City and now lives in Boston. Outside of the office, he enjoys hiking, running, skiing, and biking. He is currently working on biking through every town in Massachusetts. He is also a member of a local choir.