Attorney Profile: Graham Williams
935 Gravier Street, Suite 2020
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 324-2141
Fax: (504) 534-8961
– University of Virginia, B.A.
– Tulane University Law School, J.D.
– Louisiana (All State & Federal Courts)
– General Counsel, Young Leadership Council
– Junior Board Member, Shuck Cancer, American Cancer Society
– Louisiana State Bar Association
– Federal Bar Association
– New Orleans Bar Association
– Business Litigation
– Business Counsel
– Employment Litigation
– Bankruptcy Litigation
– General Litigation
Graham Williams joined Sternberg, Naccari, & White’s litigation and business teams in August 2020. After five years at a large New Orleans firm, Graham moved to SNW to work with more of his own clients and friends in an energetic and entrepreneurial setting.
Graham’s general business and litigation practice focuses on complex commercial disputes, director and officer liability, and employment issues. He also consults businesses on corporate governance and employment issues.
Graham has represented a wide array of clients in various industries and stages of growth. Among his representative matters, Graham most frequently handles cases involving allegations of racketeering, breach of contract, unfair trade practices, misappropriation, employment discrimination, and fraud. Graham’s clients have appreciated his pragmatic approach to their legal issues, as he integrates the case within the client’s business practices to understand the business needs of each specific client. A great deal of Graham’s litigation experience has involved failed business deals and joint venture negotiations, taking Graham across the state, on appeal and in various supervisory writs, and through adversarial proceedings in bankruptcy court.
A New Orleans native, Graham received his B.A. from the University of Virginia before returning home to New Orleans to pursue his J.D. from Tulane. During his time at Tulane Law, he served his classmates as Executive President of the Student Bar Association, the general student organization of law students. Upon Graham’s graduation, the president of Tulane recognized Graham with the prestigious Tulane 34 Award, and the dean of the law school invited Graham to serve on the Dean’s Advisory Board, where he served for four years.
Graham is a passionate advocate for the causes he cares about. Graham currently serves a a Board Member and as the Secretary and General Counsel of the Young Leadership Council, where he works to build leadership development through community projects. Graham’s personal passions include running, trying new restaurants, and studying wine.