Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
Tiffany M. Graves is an accomplished attorney, former nonprofit executive, and visionary leader with over twenty years of experience zealously advocating for marginalized children, individuals, and families. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins University, her fight for equity and justice for the underserved began while she was in law school at the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was honored for logging the most pro bono hours of any graduating student with the Pro Bono Award. After spending several years in private practice with civil defense firms, Tiffany held executive director positions with the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to low-income Mississippians, and the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission, a Supreme Court-created entity aimed at promoting initiatives to improve and expand access to justice to the over 600,000 people living in poverty in Mississippi. She now serves as the first-ever, national pro bono counsel for Bradley Arant Boult & Cummings LLP, a law firm with ten offices in six states and the District of Columbia. In January 2021, she will begin a term as Co-President of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel (APBCo), an organization of attorneys and others who run pro bono practices in the world’s largest law firms. Tiffany has been recognized for her leadership, community service, and commitment to equalizing the civil justice system with many awards and honors.
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