Education & Admissions
Steven Graham is an attorney with Cole Huber LLP who focuses on municipal law. He began his career in the San Bernardino City Attorney’s Office during a period of dramatic transformation, including the city’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy, as a member of the city’s legal team. A collaborative attorney that has worked with city staff and special counsel on diverse and complex issues, Steven has advised internal teams responsible for drafting local cannabis regulations, litigating wastewater issues, and updating development codes. Steven assists clients by providing advice on an array of municipal legal issues requiring expertise in land use, real estate, contracts, construction, public utilities, public finance, information technology, transportation, CEQA, Proposition 218, and labor. Issues related to the Brown Act, Public Records Act, Political Reform Act, and First Amendment are some of Steven’s favorites to advise on.
Steven graduated magna cum laude from the University of La Verne in 2012. At La Verne, he was a member of the Editorial Board of the University of La Verne Law Review and Trial Advocacy Team. Prior to attending law school, Steven graduated from the University of California Los Angeles in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
Steven is admitted to practice in California state courts and the federal courts for the Central District of California.
Steven is a member of the California Bar Association, Public Law Section, Greater Inland Empire Municipal Law Association, and the Inland Empire Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. He has previously been a member of the Leo A. Deegan Inn of Court as a law student member.
Steven enjoys traveling and attending concerts with his wife, Danielle. He also is an avid supporter of the Ontario Reign minor league hockey team and Inland Empire 66ers minor league baseball team.