Originally from Buffalo, New York, Greta received her Bachelor’s from Villanova University in Philadelphia, and graduated from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta. She focused her law school studies on litigation, and gained courtroom experience before graduation under Georgia’s Third Year Practice Act.
Before joining Taylor, Day, Grimm & Boyd, Greta worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Fulton County, located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. There, she first chaired numerous complex cases, including special victims crimes and violent felonies. She has extensive trial and courtroom experience, and regularly assisted on white collar, homicide, and gang trials, in addition to her assigned cases. After relocating to Jacksonville, she spent time working on the defense side of criminal law.
Now at Taylor Day, Greta focuses her practice in the areas of construction and automobile accident defense, and strives to bring the same level of advocacy and tenacity that she learned in the criminal world to clients.
Outside of the office, Greta enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and their son, and exploring all that their new home of Jacksonville has to offer.
Greta is admitted to practice in both Florida and Georgia, as well as the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida.