Grant P. Bloomdahl joined the Board as an Observer in 2019.
Grant focuses his practice on criminal defense and personal injury cases. He has experience with a variety of criminal charges ranging from first degree felonies to summary offenses, as well as Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure and Evidence.
Grant graduated from Temple Law School in May of 2018. While at Temple Law, he focused his studies on trial advocacy and constitutional rights and was selected as a Fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Society for his public service and tremendous efforts at improving the community. Also while in law school, he spent a summer as a judicial intern in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, worked with the Defender’s Association of Philadelphia and the Federal Defenders of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and spent a semester working with the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), an organization dedicated to defending the First and Fourth Amendment rights of university students across the country.
Outside of school, Grant has spent time working with various public interest organizations including the Center City Residents’ Association and the Atlantic Center for Capital Representation.