Chadwick Mccrea Graham

Chadwick Mccrea Graham

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His background

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    SmashPong LLC

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    May 2009
    September 2004

    Legal Intern

    University of Iowa College of Law

  • University of Iowa College of Law

    Juris Doctor
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    April 2002
    September 2001

    Member Information Teller

    Utah Community Credit Union

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About him

Holding a bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University, Chadwick McCrea Graham graduated with highest honors from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2005. During the year leading up to his graduation, he began gaining practical experience as a legal intern at Gallagher, Langlas, and Gallagher and under law professors at University of Iowa. He continued in the latter position until 2005. After graduating, he was hired into the position of associate attorney at Littler Mendelson, PC. During the four years he spent at the firm, Chadwick McCrea Graham honed his skills in handling business immigration cases. He now utilizes that knowledge as an attorney and co-founder of Graham Adair, Inc., a multi-million dollar business immigration firm in California.

In addition to his legal work, Chadwick McCrea Graham is an owner of SmashPong, LLC. He began the company with a friend who created a new sport called smashpong and wanted to turn it into a business. Together, they have developed prototypes and products, and they are currently building awareness of the sport. A dedicated member of his community, Mr. Graham has been actively involved with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for several years. In the late 1990s, he lived in Uruguay as part of an ecclesiastical mission for his church, teaching daily religious lessons and providing hours of community service. He now serves as a teacher for the church and works largely with the church’s youth members.