Lydia K. Graves
Admitted to practice in Alabama and the Northern District Court, Lydia represents defendants in most areas of tort litigation. Lydia focuses on defending individuals, corporate clients, and insurance companies in personal injury lawsuits. Lydia also maintains an active worker’s compensation defense practice.
Lydia Graves graduated cum laude from Samford University in 2018 where was a University Fellow. Through the Fellows program, Lydia participated in two Oxbridge-Style Tutorials, one on medieval philosophy and another on the themes of racial justice in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird and Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy. Additionally, she studied abroad in Rwanda and Italy.
Lydia attended law school at The University of Alabama School of Law, graduating in 2021. She was a member of the Moot Court Board, a Senior Editor of the Journal of the Legal Profession, and competed at the Tax Law Moot Court Competition. She was also a member of the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society.
Currently, Lydia is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association, Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, Alabama Bar Association, and Defense Research Institute.
In her spare time, Lydia enjoys golfing, sewing, and participating in North Alabama Trivia competitions around Birmingham. Lydia lives in Cahaba Heights with her husband, dog, and two cats.
University of Alabama School of Law (J.D., 2021)
Samford University (B.A., 2017)