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Lisha Graham Named 2021 NextGenBHM: Law Honoree


Birmingham, AL – White Arnold & Dowd P.C. is pleased to announce that shareholder Lisha Graham has been selected as one of the honorees in the Birmingham Business Journal’s 2021 NextGenBHM: Law special section. Per the Birmingham Business Journal, “honorees were chosen based on their contributions to their firms and their potential to shape the industry, and the Magic City’s legal world, moving forward.”

A graduate of Auburn University and the Cumberland School of Law, where she led the National Trial Team to National and Regional Championships, Ms. Graham represents clients in various areas of civil defense litigation with a primary focus on insurance defense. Through her practice, she has represented general contractors and subcontractors in various types of construction litigation and indemnity actions. She also represents both companies and individuals in a variety of commercial cases, including premises liability, breach of contract, negligence, and products liability. In the products liability defense area, Ms. Graham has represented manufacturers, distributors, sellers, and installers against negligence and strict liability claims based upon alleged product defects which resulted in injuries or death. Additionally, Ms. Graham represents both plaintiffs and defendants in financial litigation, business torts, and fraud cases. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Alabama State Bar’s Young Lawyers Section, is the co-founder and president of the Alabama Pacific Asian Bar Association, regularly volunteers at the First Light Homeless Shelter, and is a former member and secretary of the YWCA Central Alabama’s Junior Board.

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