North Carolina native John C. Graham, III was born in Charlotte, attended Northeastern High School in Elizabeth City and, in 1982, graduated from North Carolina State University. In 1985, John received his law degree from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, and moved to Dare County that same year. Ever since, John and his wife Laurie have called the Outer Banks home.
A talented and well-respected litigator, John concentrates his practice on civil and criminal trial work. Having spent more than 30 years working in the Dare and Currituck County courthouses, John knows them better than most. He is well-respected in the Outer Banks, and throughout North Carolina.
John understands that when clients seek his services, it's most often because they need his help solving a problem. Consequently, John works hard to help his clients understand that they have options. Prompt to return phone calls, John makes clear and effective communication with his clients a high priority.
When he's not in the office, John can be found surfing, or engaging in other athletic pursuits. Active in the community, John and his wife donate time, money, and resources to charitable organizations. John is an active member of the Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church, sits on the Board of the Outer Banks Relief Foundation, and is on the Board of Directors for the Outer Banks Community Foundation.