Grady Jolley is a
member of the firm’s Real Estate Group. His law practice focuses on real estate, governmental entitlements and water rights. He frequently lectures on the topics of water rights, real
estate development, financing water rights and laws and regulations regarding
surface water use and groundwater rights. Grady serves on the planning
committee for the State Bar of Texas’ Changing Face of Water seminar and served
as Co-chair in 2011 and 2012. He also serves on the Real Estate, Probate and
Trust Law Section’s Water Law Committee.
B.A., Texas A&M University, 1978
J.D., St. Mary’s University School of Law, 1982
Member and past President, Medina County Bar Association
Grady has served on the District 15-C Grievance committee and as President of the Medina County Bar Association and the Border District Bar Association.
Articles and Speeches: How to Take a Lien Against Water Rights - Advanced Real Estate Drafting – 2004 Title Insurance for Water Marketing - University of Texas Water Law Institute – 2005 Forms and Transactional Issues in Private Sales of Groundwater and Water Rights - Changing Face of Water Rights in Texas – 2007 Water – Can it Be Severed? – Advanced Real Estate Law – 2010 Water Reuse as a Tool in Real Estate Development – Opportunities and Challenges - Changing Face of Water Rights – 2010 Water Resources For Your Client’s Development - Advanced Real Estate Law Course – 2011 Water Amenities - Changing Face of Water – 2011 Financing For Water Projects - Changing Face of Water – 2012 How Do You Close A Water Sale - John Huffaker Agricultural Law Seminar – 2012 Various Water Agreements – Forms of Some Common Transactions (And Some Which May Soon Be) – - Changing Face of Water -2013
Grady is married to Rhonda Jolley, a Branscomb|PC shareholder and frequent speaker on water and real property issues. They have four children. Grady enjoys golf and is a music fan.