Miranda Grummons joined Michel Gray & Rogers’s trial team in March of 2019. As a property tax litigator, Miranda relishes advocating for the rights of her clients in all areas of property tax law. Prior to joining MGR, Miranda practiced personal injury litigation in Austin, honing her skills as a trial lawyer. Miranda’s other experiences include several criminal trials with the Travis County Attorney’s Office, a full-time externship with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and pro bono work with local legal aid organizations.
Miranda’s practice includes all types of commercial property valuation, from retail to multi-family, as well as windfarms and business personal property. She has been very successful in challenging the denial of a variety of property tax exemptions, including agricultural and wildlife management valuation.
Miranda is an active member of the Barbara Jordan American Inn of Court, an association of lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals, who share a passion for professional excellence. Miranda is also very active with the Austin Bar Association and the Austin Young Lawyers Association. Miranda maintains membership with the Institute for Professionals in Taxation and the Texas Association of Property Tax Professionals.
Miranda graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law with her J.D. in 2016. While in law school, Miranda was on a national moot court team, articles editor of the Administrative Law Journal, member of the Board of Barristers, and co-founder of the school’s LBGTQ bar association. Miranda is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in Government, Middle Eastern Studies, and International Relations. A competitive sailor, Miranda loves spending time sailing Lake Travis, and races all over Texas and the U.S. She has won awards for her quilting, loves creating ceramics for friends, and she is a passionate rock climber, always looking to scale new heights.