Graham Miller is the Managing Partner of WSHB's Portland office and a Partner in the firm's Rancho Cucamonga office. A trial and litigation attorney, Graham represents firm clients in an array of practice areas. His areas of expertise include complex commercial, business, and financial matters. He also handles professional liability, employment, catastrophic injury, transportation, railroad and construction litigation. Graham has extensive experience representing public entities in connection with a wide range of litigated matters. His experience includes all aspects of the litigation process, successfully representing clients at depositions, mediations, arbitrations and trials.
Graham attended the University of La Verne, where he received an International Business and German degree. During his undergraduate studies, Graham actively participated on both the Varsity Basketball and Water Polo teams. Following graduation, he went on to pursue his athletic endeavors overseas. After a few years, Graham went on to attend the University of La Verne, College of Law where he graduated cum laude.
When he is not actively defending one of his clients, Graham can be found skiing, mountain biking or surfing on any given weekend all throughout the Oregon area.
- University of La Verne College of Law (J.D., 2009, cum laude)
- University of La Verne (B.S., 2004)
Licensed to Practice in
- Treasurer/Board of Directors, Meadows Race Team
Construction Practice Group for the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel, Chair (2019-2020)
Construction Practice Group for the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel, Member
The National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel (NARTC), Member
Primary Practice Areas
- Commercial and Business Litigation
- Professional Liability
- Directors and Officers (D&O) Litigation
- Complex Tort and Casualty
- Disaster Litigation
- Mass Torts and Class-Action Defense
- Mold and Water Damage
- Product Liability
- Public Entity Defense
- Toxic Tort and Occupational Exposure