Graham Neeley is an associate in the Montgomery office and practices in the areas of workers’ compensation defense, personal injury defense, premises liability defense, government tort liability, civil rights defense, construction law, and auto accident defense.
Graham graduated from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University in 2021, where he served as a Senior Editor on the Faulkner Law Review and as President of the Jones Law Student Chapter of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association.
During law school, Graham interned with U.S. Magistrate Judge Gray M. Borden in the Middle District of Alabama as well as the Alabama Attorney General’s Office. He performed an externship with Circuit Judge Brooke E. Reid of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama during his final year of law school.
Prior to practicing law, Graham worked as a curator with the Alabama Department of Archives & History, specializing in the museum’s military and archaeological collections. He received an undergraduate degree in history from Huntingdon College and a Master’s degree in history from Auburn University.
Graham and his wife, Sara Cobb, are proud parents to one son, William Graham “Ham”.