Austin Grinder is an Arkansas licensed attorney. He received his law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law, in Fayetteville, where he graduated with honors. He did his undergraduate work at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, and received a degree in Political Science.
Austin has been interested in politics most of his life and has sought out internships over the years that reflect that interest. He has worked as a United States Senate Intern for Senator John Boozman; as an intern at the State Supreme Court for Justice Courtney Goodson; and as an intern at the McWilliams Governmental Affairs firm in Austin, Texas. He also clerked at Quattlebaum, Grooms and Tull in northwest Arkansas.
Austin's favorite role is providing policy input for some of the state's largest and most successful businesses to make a lasting impact for the State of Arkansas.
" I am interested in the development of policy to solve the challenges facing our state."