Virginia (Gia) Grimm joined Bramnick Creed as an associate attorney March 2022. At Bramnick Creed, Gia practices civil litigation and employment law matters. Gia focuses on all aspects of civil litigation including contract disputes, real estate disputes, business torts, and construction litigation. Prior to joining Bramnick Creed, Gia practiced employment law at a small Employment and Labor firm in Annapolis where she represented employees experiencing discrimination (race, gender, religion, disability) and retaliation. Gia has also represented survivors of sexual harassment and assault.
Gia has experience representing employers and has supported them in a variety of ways including defending charges of discrimination and drafting policies and questionnaires to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, and good employment practices. Through zealous advocacy, Gia helps her clients achieve their goals, whether that is litigation or not. Gia has success in helping clients recover (economically and non-economically) and navigate tedious and perplexing judicial processes.
Gia graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore in 2020. She is a recipient of the William P. Cunningham Award, which is presented to graduating students selected by the faculty for exceptional achievements and service to the school. In law school, Gia was an Executive Editor on the Journal of Race, Gender, Religion, and Class and served as Class President. Gia was also a Writing Fellow and worked with law students to sharpen their legal writing abilities. After graduating, she clerked for the Honorable Judge Elizabeth S. Morris at the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court for one year before entering private practice.
Gia is admitted in D.C. and Maryland. She is also admitted in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.