Graham is a native Californian, raised in Ojai, but since 2009, has made the Bay Area his home. Graham received his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. There he double-majored in Economics and East Asian Studies and was a co-captain of the NCAA Div. III baseball team.
Graham applies much of what he learned prior to law school to his legal career. Graham utilizes his strong work ethic and leadership qualities to assist his clients in successfully navigating their legal circumstances.
Graham practices law because he enjoys working with people and tackling complex issues that make a meaningful difference in their lives.
Out of the office, Graham enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, traveling, reading, cooking, and eating. Graham has lived and studied in China and speaks Mandarin.
University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, California – J.D.
- Law Review, Staff Member
- CALI Award for highest grade in Public International Law, Spring 2012
- CALI Award for highest grade in Community Property Law, Spring 2013
- CALI Award for highest grade in Legal Ethics, Spring 2013
- International and Comparative Law Certificate, with Honors
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
- Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Economics and East Asian Studies
- Harbin Institute of Technology – language immersion, Harbin, China
- Wesleyan University’s NCAA baseball team, Co-Captain
- San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Real Estate Division, San Francisco, CA – Public Service Aid
- Graham Douds, Comment, Insurable Interest In Maritime Insurance Law: Do We Still Need It? 25 U.S.F. MAR. L.J. 324 (2013).
- Graham Douds, Comment, International Human Rights Implications of Voire Dire Discrimination: Critical Examination of Contemporary Language Qualifications in Criminal Proceedings. 18 REV. JURIDICA U. INTER. P.R. 715 (2013).
- Graham Douds, Human Rights and the Environment: Strengthening Regulation of Improper Transboundary and National Movements of Hazardous Waste and Disposal, available here.