Giuliana E. Graham

Giuliana E. Graham

Ms. Graham’s practice is focused on criminal defense in both New York State and federal courts. Ms. Graham has successfully represented grand jury witnesses, corporate executives accused of criminal behavior, and individuals charged with a wide variety of criminal activity – including public corruption, securities and real estate fraud, and narcotics and computer crimes – at trial and on appeal. Ms. Graham has also represented individuals in commercial arbitration and regulatory investigations involving FINRA and the SEC.

Ms. Graham, a Hunter College High School alumna, was born and raised in New York City. Ms. Graham graduated from the College of William & Mary with a degree in Art History in 2007. Ms. Graham spent the next three years working as a Development Associate at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture before continuing her education at Fordham Law School.

Following her first year at Fordham, Ms. Graham interned with the Northern Ireland Law Commission in Belfast, an independent public body sponsored by the Department of Justice and charged with presenting recommendations on law reform. Upon her return to New York, Ms. Graham interned with the Hon. Jeffrey K. Oing in the Commercial Division of New York State Supreme Court from October 2011 through May 2012.

Following her second year at Fordham, Ms. Graham joined the school’s Federal Litigation Clinic as an intern from May through December 2012. Upon graduation, Ms. Graham rejoined the clinic as Dean’s Fellow in August 2013, where she acquired substantial civil and criminal litigation experience in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, supervising 18 law students under the direction of clinic attorneys on matters ranging from racketeering, narcotics and Hobb’s Act conspiracies to civil rights violations.

Ms. Graham joined Sercarz & Riopelle in May 2014.

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