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  Lally, Grant M.
NameGrant M. Lally
Address3 Oakwood Dr West
Lloyd Harbor, New York , United States
Website [Link]
Born Unknown
Last ModifedRBH
Apr 17, 2016 05:18pm
InfoIn 2000, Grant Lally received national attention, serving as President George Bush’s Manager of the critical Miami Florida Recount, stopping the Democrats from their attempted theft of the Presidency of the United States. Grant has appeared before the United States Supreme Court – the only lawyer from New York State – to oppose Obamacare. In 1994, Grant was one of Newt Gingrich’s running mates for US Congress, and signed the historic “Contract With America” – a blueprint for conservative governance.

Grant has accomplished great things, working with the US, British and Irish governments to advance the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, working to disarm local armed militias, and moving Northern Ireland’s political leaders back to devolution and local rule. Grant was a critical participant in drafting President Bush’s foreign policy towards Ireland, and keeping the Irish Peace Process on top of the US foreign policy agenda.

Grant played a leading role in fighting for freedom in Cuba, heading missions to Cuba for the United States Agency for International Development – bringing medicines and supplies to Cuba’s oppressed democratic opposition. Grant also worked with the late Sen. Jesse Helms and Rep. Illeana Ros-Lehtinen to document illegal trafficking by the Castro regime, and served for several years on the board of the Bay of Pigs Museum in Miami, commemorating that historic attempt to free Cuba.

In 1990, Grant traveled to East Germany as an international monitor, to participate in the first free elections that ended that communist tyranny. Grant has also participated in press missions to Bosnia, during the 1990’s Bosnian Wars; and brought a major relief convoy of food and medicines to the 1 million Albanian refugees from the 1999 Kosovo War.

Grant has been a resident of the North Shore towns of Oyster Bay and Huntington for over 30 years, and has served as a Republican County Committee member for decades. He is the managing partner of a top ranked law firm on Long Island, successfully helping, representing and protecting thousands of local people. Grant has also brought his leadership in policy and foreign affairs to the publishing world, helping to start-up and contribute to the largest online daily news publication in the homeland security industry.

Grant grew up on Long Island, graduating from Garden City public schools, and going on to attend and graduate from the Johns Hopkins University, Boston University Law School, and the Georgetown University Law School. Grant has also qualified as an attorney Solicitor in the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Grant learned the value of hard work early – his first job was a paper route at the age of 11 – from his parents, Supreme Court Justice Ute Lally and Lawrence Lally. Grant’s mom, Ute Lally came to the United States from Germany after World War II, arriving as a young girl, a penniless refugee. She went on learn English, attend school, and be elected to serve as one of the first female Justices in the New York Supreme Court. Grant’s dad, Lawrence Lally has served the people of Nassau County for over half a century as a lawyer, newspaper publisher and civic leader.



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