Travis Grosscope graduated magna cum laude from Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a Bachelor of Music in Church Music with a focus on Vocal Studies. While at Baylor, Travis spent much of his time performing with various ensembles, but also served on the Baylor Student Government and as a staff member of two different churches in Waco.
During his time in Waco, Travis developed a love for sports and entertainment law that led him to New Orleans to pursue a law degree at Tulane University, which boasts the leading sports law program in the country. There, he became heavily involved in the Tulane Sports Law Society and the Tulane Pro Basketball Negotiation Competition as co-chair of the board, which he helped grow from infancy into the nationally recognized competition it is today. Travis also clerked for a commercial litigation firm and completed an externship with the National Labor Relations Board during his years at Tulane. Travis’s practice with Ramey, Chandler, Quinn & Zito, PC focuses on personal injury and first- and third-party insurance defense.