Graham Zorn maintains a general litigation, regulatory, and environmental practice. Graham has represented individual businesses, trade associations, and municipalities in compliance, enforcement, and counseling matters involving the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, CERCLA and other state and federal statutes. He has worked extensively on a series of complex products liability and toxic tort cases related to alleged groundwater contamination involving a gasoline additive. Graham has also counseled domestic and international clients on a variety of product compliance, market access, and enforcement matters. Specifically, Graham is well versed in reporting requirements related to the use of conflict minerals in various electronics, medical devices, and consumer products.
Graham received his law degree from Vermont Law School (J.D. 2009, cum laude ), where he was a Head Notes Editor for the Vermont Law Review and a student clinician in the Environment and Natural Resources Law Clinic. During law school, Graham clerked at the Wisconsin Department of Justice in the Environmental Protection Unit where he assisted in defending state agencies in a citizen suit alleging Clean Air Act new source review violations. Prior to law school, Graham worked on domestic social policy, with a focus on health care, and environment and energy policy for U.S. Senator Russ Feingold.
Graham received his undergraduate degree from Carleton College (B.A. 2003, cum laude ) with a major in Geology. While in college, he worked as a land surveyor and interned with the Smithsonian Institution’s Global Volcanism Program.
Graham has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers Edition 2017 as a "Rising Star."