Oil & Gas Title Opinions
Prior to her admission into law school, Natasha L. Gransberry worked as an Electrical Engineer for Toshiba International Corp. (1999-2000) and for Powell Electrical Manufacturing Company (2000-2002).
In summer, 2004, while in law school, she worked as Federal Judicial Intern to the Honorable Marcia A. Crone. She was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in May, 2005. Upon graduation, she opened The Gransberry Law Firm, PLLC in Houston, Texas, where she served as Managing Attorney. At GLF, she drafted and negotiated commercial real estate contracts, leases, prepared title reports and title opinions. She conducted over 300 closings as a fee attorney and licensed escrow officer, provided training for title professionals, conducted title curative and managed ad valorem and property tax disputes among other matters.
During her tenure at GLF, Ms. Gransberry also served as Title Manager at Percheron Acquisitions from 2008-2010. At Percheron, she managed the day-to-day activities of title personnel, provided title curative, performed title searches and reviewed oil and gas leases. Since April 2011, she has also contracted with Situs Companies as a Lease Abstractor, where she reviews complex commercial leases and commercial and residential loan documents and provides key business information in standard abstract form.
Ms. Gransberry joined Flowers Davis in late 2011, where she prepares oil and gas title opinions.
Ms. Gransberry completed her undergraduate studies at Prairie View A&M University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio/Television in May, 1999. She attended all four years at Prairie View A&M under the Presidential Scholars Program. She was a member of the Eta Kappa Nu Engineering Honor Society, served as both President and Vice President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and was named Outstanding Junior Engineering Student.
After a three year engineering career, Ms. Gransberry was accepted into Thurgood Marshall School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Juris Doctorate Degree in December, 2004. While at Thurgood Marshall, Ms. Gransberry was a member of the Thurgood Marshall Law Review, was awarded the Best Technical Editor Award, was on the Dean’s List and placed second in both the Henry Doyle Moot Court Competition and the Best Brief competition.
Ms. Gransberry is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Section (REPTL). She has done pro bono guardianship work for the Fort Bend ARC and was a member of the Fort Bend Bar Association from 2006-2008. She served as Chaplain of the Houston Real Estate Association Women’s Council of Realtors and was a Court of Appeals volunteer clerk.