Graham completed his articles with Inch Hammond, and after his call to the Ontario Bar in 2018, joined the firm as an associate. In his short time with the firm so far, Graham has worked with senior litigation counsel on various commercial disputes involving a host of complex legal issues. Graham has also assisted in, and advised on, a collection of corporate organization matters.

After receiving a B.A. from the University of Ottawa, Graham completed a postgraduate program at York University in alternative dispute resolution. He continued to pursue this interest through various vehicles during his time at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law, including via an internship working with mediators at the Human Rights Commission and participation in the International Chamber of Commerce’s Mediation Advocacy Moot in Paris, France in 2017. Graham usually views settlement as the best option for clients (provided, of course, that other parties are prepared to come to the table).

In his early practice, Graham continues to provide support on corporate law files, but is primarily doing litigation work in commercial law, employment, and landlord and tenant disputes. He will continue to maintain his fascination with all areas of the law and is excited to explore as much as he can as his professional career progresses.

Areas of Practice

  • 75% Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • 25% Corporate/Commercial

Litigation Percentage

  • 75% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Ontario, 2018


  • University of Saskatchewan, College of Law, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
    • J.D. – 2017
    • Honours: With Distinction

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Hamilton Law Association, Member, 2017 – Present


  • English (Primary)