Grecia joined Marini Pietrantoni Muñiz LLC as an associate in March 2019. Prior to joining Marini Pietrantoni Muñiz LLC, Grecia clerked for the Chief Justice of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court, Hon. Maite Oronoz. While attending law school, Grecia interned for Judge Jay A. García-Gregory in the federal district court for the District of Puerto Rico, worked as a Research Assistant to Law Professor Hiram Meléndez Juarbe—aiding him with research for his lecture “Authors’ Moral Rights in a Digital Environment: A Critical Approach and the Challenges of Freedom of Expression”—and won the XXIII Miguel Velázquez National Legal Debate Competition. Grecia also served as editor of the University of Puerto Rico Law Review, and was elected to the Editorial Board. As an undergraduate, Grecia interned for U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, and for then U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker.
Grecia holds a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. She is an alumni of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the Córdova & Fernós Congressional Internship Program, and the Ramos Comas Legislative Internship Program.
Grecia authored the law review articles “Un análisis del P. del S. 653: Los límites a la reorganización gubernamental mediante órdenes ejecutivas”, 88 REV. JUR. UPR (2019); “A mayor intervención, mayor demora: La creación de una cuarta instancia producto de la judicialización del arbitraje”, 9 UPR BUS. L. J. 141 (2018), and “Los derechos morales de autor en Sucesión Acevedo v. Morales”, 87 REV. JUR. UPR 631 (2018). Grecia, moreover, contributed to the following works: Glenda Labadie Jackson, “Derecho de Familia”, 88 REV. JUR. UPR 92 (2019), and Felix Figueroa Cabán, “Errores en la práctica apelativa que acarrean sanciones disciplinarias y estrategias para evitarlos”, 87 REV. JUR. 211 (2018).