Bridget Grier is a third year law student. At Michigan Law she has served on the boards of the Art, Museum, and Cultural Heritage Law Society and the Black Law Students Association. Additionally, Bridget externed in Accra, Ghana with the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board and volunteered with LAW Breaks in the Navajo Nation. Bridget interned with Sotheby’s
Worldwide Compliance department her first summer and Vivaldi Capital Management’s Compliance department her second summer. She is currently participating in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Student Honors Program as a legal intern with the Division of Corporation Finance. Prior to law school, Bridget worked in Washington D.C. for the
Smithsonian Associates and Clemency Project 2014. While at the Smithsonian, Bridget participated in Tulane Law School’s Tulane-Siena Institute for International Law, Cultural Heritage, and the Arts in Siena, Italy. Bridget graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2014 with a BA in African American & African Studies.