Professor Graham is a founding member of Black Lowe & Graham, an intellectual property law firm in Seattle. Areas of practice include intellectual property litigation, patent prosecution, trademark prosecution, and intellectual property licensing. Professor Graham is admitted to practice in the state of Washington; the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Ninth and Federal Circuits; and several U.S. District Courts, including the Western District of Washington. He has authored numerous articles on intellectual property law topics, as well as the Alaska chapter of INTA’s State Trademark Law treatise. During 1999-2000, he served as an editorial board member and Legal Column Editor for IEEE Software magazine. His book, Legal Battles that Shaped the Computer Industry, was published in September 1999. In addition to courses at Seattle University School of Law, Professor Graham has also taught at the Pepperdine University School of Business and the University of Washington School of Law.
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- B.S. (Electrical Engineering), United States Air Force Academy, 1987
- MBA, Pepperdine University, 1990
- J.D. with honors, University of Washington School of Law, 1995; Articles Editor for the Washington Law Review and Executive Vice President of the Moot Court Honor Board