Immediately following graduation from law school, Barry Grossman joined a family practice with his father Jerome P. Grossman who began his practice in 1954. That practice involved and continues to focus on legal representation in cases involving medium and small businesses including contract law and corporation development, landlord/tenant including but not limited to lease development and restitution/eviction, probate, family law including divorce, paternity, and modification, probate, guardianships, criminal defense, and personal injury.
During his first year as a practicing attorney, Mr. Grossman also began pursuing a second career in legal education. Nebraska College of Business (which later became Hamilton College and finally Kaplan University) desired a practicing attorney and hired Mr. Grossman to develop, teach, and manage a paralegal studies program. From 1986 to November of 2011, Mr. Grossman developed curriculum for the paralegal studies program (both on the local level and a uniform model for the company of schools, taught courses in paralegal studies, real estate, criminal justice, business, and medical assisting (including Medical Law and Bioethics). He managed instructors and the core of the program itself. Mr. Grossman served as chair for 24 years. During his years in the private business college sector, he also conducted lectures for nursing and medical assisting students regarding preventative law in the medical field.
The love for teaching also led Mr. Grossman to teach periodically from 1993 to 2009 at Creighton University School of Law. He instructed first- and second-year law students in legal writing and analysis and guided students in the preparation of legal briefs and the oral presentation of arguments to a higher court.
Mr. Grossman resides in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife of 22 years, Stephanie. He has two children, Hannah and Noah. He continues his love of practicing law.