Graham advocates for private and government parties in disputes over the application and meaning of environmental laws. He helps clients navigate complex regulations to acquire and comply with pollution control permits.

Graham has diverse litigation experience ranging from TCEQ procedural challenges to federal civil and criminal cases. This includes claims arising under common law, the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, RCRA, CERCLA, and their state analogues. He has helped clients untangle conflicts of law, including transboundary impacts, jurisdictional challenges, and contradictory standards.

Graham also assists companies in planning construction, designing compliance and decision-making procedures, and assessing transactions. He provides guidance for clients incorporating environmental justice into operational and permitting plans to foster public participation and equitable decision-making. He helps companies proactively engage with local communities and avoid schedule or budget disruptions from administrative or civil challenges.

In law school, Graham was the Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Environmental Law Journal, a Student Attorney for the Texas Environmental Law Clinic, and received honors for completing over 350 hours of pro bono service. Graham represented the Longhorns at interscholastic Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions and was inducted into the national advocacy honors society, The Order of Barristers. He interned for the Environmental Defense Fund and a Federal District Judge in Austin.

Prior to law school, Graham supported congressional investigations and compliance as an assistant on the United States Senate Select Committee on Ethics.


  • Franklin & Marshall College  (2016)
    • Business and English Double Major
  • University of Texas School of Law  (J.D., 2022)
    • Editor-in-Chief, Texas Environmental Law Journal
    • Pro Bono Honors
    • Order of Barristers

Bar Admissions

  • Texas