A.B.J., Ed.D., University of Georgia
M.Ed., Clemson University
Casey A. Graham serves as the law school’s director of Student Affairs. In this role, she supports the mission of the law school by providing a variety of services aimed at enhancing the law school experience and meeting student needs. Along with the other members of the Student Affairs team, Graham oversees law school student organizations, implementation of ADA accommodations, the law school’s Mentorship Program, individual student matters, commercial vendors, first-year and transfer student orientation, financial literacy programs, the law student emergency fund, and a variety of programs to promote student wellness and success.
Previously, Graham worked as the coordinator for Dual Enrollment at Dalton State College where she managed approximately 400 students in the dual enrollment program on two college campuses, more than five high schools and online. Prior to that, she was the department education coordinator in the Oral Surgery & Orthodontics Residency Programs at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She also worked at Venture Music in Nashville as an artist management assistant where she assisted with marketing, public relations and business operations for multiple internationally touring musicians and bands.
Graham earned her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from UGA and her Master of Education from Clemson University. In May 2020, she completed her Doctorate of Education in Student Affairs Administration at UGA. Her dissertation, titled “Attitudes and Perceptions about the Importance of Democratic Engagement Among Generation Z Undergraduate Students,” examined factors that impact student participation in the democratic process.
Graham and her husband, Dustin, live in Athens with their cat and two dogs.