Washington DC Grant Lawyer

Stacia Le Blanc, Esquire

My Grant Lawyer PLLC

Ms. Le Blanc is a recognized thought leader in federal grants and cooperative agreements law.  Based in Washington, D.C., she interacts regularly with OMB, GAO, Federal Grantor Agencies, and Capitol Hill.  She specializes in grants management training, grant compliance, disputes, federal audit defense, terminations, debarments, and the 340B Drug Discount Program.  After a distinguished Federal career of 20 years, she developed a successful private practice.  As a former partner in the Federal Grants Practice Group of a Washington D.C. law firm, she has represented numerous grantee organizations before federal agencies.   Now in her own firm, My Grant Lawyer PLLC, she continues advising, assisting, and training recipient organizations in the complicated and difficult-to-navigate federal grant rules.


Stacia Le Blanc, Esquire
My Grant Lawyer
1629 K Street, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006

Email: Staci@MyGrantLawyer.com
Telephone: (202) 600-7687
Mobile: (703) 989-3833
Fax: (202) 331-3759

How Can My Grant Lawyer Help You?

Grants Training

  • Public Training Events ( 1, 2, or 3 day events)
  • On-Site Training
  • Webinars
  • Certified Grants Management Specialist
    For current offerings go to event calendar.

Drafting Assistance

  • Sub-recipient Agreements
  • Vendor Contracts
  • Grant Policies and Procedures


Consultation and Representation

  • Audit Reports, Resolutions,
    and Appeals
  • Suspension & Debarments
  • Cost Disallowances and Disputes
  • Terminations
    Learn more

What is the Future of Federal Grants?

  • Standard Terms and Conditions will replace OMB Circular A-110 and A-102
  • New Post-Award Equipment and Real Property Reporting Forms
  • Government-Wide Standard Notice of Grant Award

If My Grant Lawyer can help you, please feel free to contact us.

Want to be a part of the Future?

Email me at Staci@MyGrantLawyer.com and ask to be added to my email updates. Re-Visit this website often. I will keep Stakeholders informed and seek your input on grant reform!