Grayson Schleppegrell is an attorney licensed to practice in Tennessee who regularly represents businesses and individuals in connection with legal matters which include LLC formation, contract drafting, buying and selling companies, and real estate.
Grayson Schleppegrell is an attorney and the founding member of Schleppegrell Law, PLLC. He is passionate about solving legal problems and creating value for his clients.
Before founding Schleppegrell Law, PLLC Grayson practiced at one of Knoxville’s largest and most well-regarded law firms where he regularly advised clients regarding multi-million dollar transactions and drafted and negotiated contracts of all types.
Grayson’s primary areas of practice include mergers and acquisitions, business entity formation and governance, contract drafting, real estate, estate planning, and other general business and transactional law matters.
Grayson enjoys counseling entrepreneurs during all stages of the business cycle and has advised well-known companies and start-ups with regard to business formation, exit transactions, and everything in between.
Grayson was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina where he attended its public schools. He attended Clemson University on academic scholarships and, while there, was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated magna cum laude with both a B.A. in economics and a B.S. in political science in 2010. At Clemson he was actively involved with the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism where he developed a strong intellectual foundation and love for entrepreneurship and deep understanding of the challenges business face.
Grayson attended the University of Tennessee’s College of Law on a full academic scholarship and earned his J.D. cum laude with a concentration in business transactions in 2015.
Grayson was listed in The Best Lawyers in America®: Ones to Watch (2021 Edition and 2022 Edition) for Mergers and Acquisitions Law.
Grayson is admitted to practice law in the state of Tennessee and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.
When not practicing law, Grayson enjoys fishing, bird hunting, cooking, and traveling with his wife Chelsey.