P. Graham Maiden
Graham Maiden represents victims, survivors and family members who have suffered due to acts of terrorism or human rights violations in litigation against both domestic and international defendants. He focuses his practice on anti-terrorism and human rights and currently supports the firm's work in Oran Almog v. Arab Bank, a landmark case filed by victims of terrorist bombings in Israel against Arab Bank for its alleged role in financing Hamas and other Israeli terrorist organizations.
Graham joined Motley Rice as an associate after first serving as a summer law clerk for the firm, during which time he supported litigation on behalf of people and businesses seeking to hold BP and other corporate defendants accountable for the BP oil spill.
While in law school, Graham held an internship with the Beverly Hills Sports Council, a California-based Major League Baseball player agency, where he handled research and writing projects, as well as salary arbitration preparation. He developed additional skills writing, conducting research, handling document production and helping with trial preparation as a law clerk for a South Carolina-based law firm. Graham also brings valuable business experience to Motley Rice, having previously worked for a large real estate and development company assisting with the development and management of hotels and restaurants across the country.
A former collegiate athlete at the College of Charleston, Graham played Division I baseball and proudly represented his school as a member of the All-Southern Conference Team in 2007. He is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and Charleston Bar Association.
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