Conrad O’Brien is pleased to announce that Elizabeth (B.J.) Graham-Rubin has joined the firm as of counsel in the firm’s growing Title IX, Due Process & Campus Discipline practice. B.J. will work with the group of dedicated attorneys who represent and counsel both accused and complainant students throughout the country who have suffered from a lack of fairness during a campus investigation and disciplinary proceeding arising from a Title IX or student code violation in higher education. She brings many years of investigative and trial experience to Conrad O’Brien.
B.J. joins Conrad O’Brien from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where she has spent several years working as an Assistant District Attorney. She also served in many leadership roles at the District Attorney’s Office, most recently as the Chief of the Civil Litigation Unit and then as the Director of the Conviction Review Unit. B.J. earned her law degree from Temple University School of Law, where she graduated cum laude, and was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Criminal Law and the Leonard Sigal Memorial for Excellence in Criminal Law. She earned her undergraduate degree from Villanova University.