Graham joined Price Armstrong after practicing at a large corporate firm and serving as law clerk to two federal district judges. In private practice, he litigated high-stakes cases at the trial and appellate levels. As a clerk, he assisted Judge Blackburn and Judge Manasco on nearly one hundred decisions, including one involving the Voting Rights Act that the Supreme Court affirmed in Allen v. Milligan, 599 U. S. 1 (2023). Graham currently serves on the Judicial Education Committee for The Anti-Fraud Coalition, a non-profit organization dedicated to defending and empowering whistleblowers who expose fraud on the government and the financial markets.

Graham graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2013. He was an editor of the Georgia Law Review and provided research for the second edition of The Law of Class Actions and Other Aggregate Litigation (2013). He also has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan. His wife Laura co-owns Thank You Books, an independent bookstore. You can see the typewriters Graham has restored here.