John Marshall Law School, Chicago (2015)
Loyola University of Chicago (M.A. 2012, B.A. 2009)

Senija provides extensive experience handling commercial litigation, employment, real estate, and corporate transactions for Grant Law clients.

Senija Grebovic brings to Grant Law an impressive set of legal skills based on her solid knowledge in real estate, corporate transactions, and commercial litigation. Her diverse experience arguing contested motions, taking depositions, and handling complex negotiations has helped her gain an understanding of a broad range of legal issues.

Prior to joining Grant Law, Senija worked as an associate attorney at a Chicago area law firm representing clients in a variety of civil litigation matters. Senija also worked at the felony trial division of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Senija contributed to writing the Illinois Mortgage Foreclosure Bench Book for Practitioners produced by the John Marshall Law School Pro Bono Clinic and Judge Lewis Nixon. She also contributed to the writing of an Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education article on Non-Traditional Real Estate Transactions.

Senija is currently a member of the American Bar Association and the Bosnian American Professional Association. She is fluent in English, Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian. Senija maintains membership in the Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society.

In March, 2020, along with Partner Maurice Grant, Senija successfully obtained a dismissal of five class claims in the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, for Bank America.

Community Involvement

As with all members of the Grant Law legal team, Senija considers community involvement both a personal and professional priority.

While in law school. Senija worked for the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Clinic and was a 711 Student Representative with the Cook County Mediation Program. She worked with Chicago Volunteer Legal Services and helped pro se litigants facing foreclosure. Senija also participated in the Restorative Justice Mentor Program at the Chicago Public School’s Marine Academy.


Senija earned her law degree at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 2015.

Prior to law school, Senija earned her Master’s Degree in Comparative and International Politics from Loyola University of Chicago in 2012, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology, graduating summa cum laude in 2009. While studying at Loyola University of Chicago, Senija received an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the Faculty of the Department of Political Science.

Bar Memberships

  • American Bar Association

Professional Organizations

  • Bosnian American Professional Association
Industry Recognition

Awards and Recognition

  • Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society
  • Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the Faculty of the Department of Political Science.