Greta is an Intellectual Property paralegal at Grumbles Law and manages the firm's patent, trademark and copyright prosecution and docketing systems. She also assists with preparation, filing, and tracking of U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and U.S. Copyright documentation. She joined Grumbles Law in 2018, with a background in legal writing and investigation at the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General and teaching early childhood education.
She graduated with honors from Hamline University in 2015, where she earned Bachelor’s Degrees in the areas of Law, Social Justice, and Gender Studies. Along the way she also earned Hamline’s Paralegal Certificate, an American Bar Association-approved program. Greta is thrilled to join the exciting world of intellectual property and business law, and strives to provide excellent client assistance as their innovative ideas come to life.
Greta grew up in the Adirondack Mountains of Lake Placid, New York, and along the shore of Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota. As a result, Greta loves camping, canoeing, skiing, mountain biking and the like. She plays the violin (fiddle) and guitar, and enjoys the lively Twin Cities music scene. She also loves to cook, travel, and spend quality time with her big, furry Golden Retrievers.