An attorney at Graham Adair, Inc., Chadwick McCrea Graham co-founded the firm, which handles cases related to business and employment law. In his spare time, Chadwick McCrea Graham serves as chair of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
With origins dating back to 1988, the J. Reuben Clark Law Society has grown exponentially throughout its brief existence. Internationally, the organization oversaw five chapters in its inaugural year. By 2010, nearly 70 chapters were operating around the world. Domestically, the first chapter launched in 200,1 and more than 20 followed thereafter.
The organization’s primary goal is to “promote fairness and virtue founded upon the rule of law.” For this reason, any legal professional supporting the mission through public service may join the society. Membership into the national and international divisions does not require an annual fee, though professionals looking to join local chapters may be subject to fees.
Membership benefits include access to career services through the Brigham Young University (BYU) Law School if a member possesses more than three years of legal experience. To ensure that members stay on top of career opportunities, BYU’s Career Services Office sends alerts to society members notifying them of new positions as they become available.
An attorney with more than a decade of experience in the field of law, Chadwick McCrea Graham currently holds a partnership in Graham Adair, Inc., in San Jose, California.