Graham Fuller is an experienced civil law attorney who has argued cases as high as the Colorado Supreme Court. Graham moved to the Boulder area when he was 10 years old, leaving only to attend law school in New York City. Graham previously worked at Stone, Rosen & Fuller, P.C., and merged his practice into Kottke & Brantz in 2019. Graham enjoys working closely with clients to find results-oriented solutions to their legal issues, and often finds creative "outside the box" solutions other attorneys might ignore.
Graham recently received recognition from Boulder County Legal Services for completing 200-300 hours of pro bono legal services in 2019-2020. Graham is a contract attorney for Boulder County Legal Services, representing low-income residents in cases that are typically extremely complex and time-sensitive. Additionally, Graham has developed specialized expertise in post-judgment collection, presenting a CLE on the topic to attorneys and teaching a monthly collections clinic at the Boulder courthouse for pro se litigants.
Graham is heavily involved in Music and Theater. He has produced four musicals and is the co-composer of 'In the Trenches,' a musical comedy about parenting that has been performed along the Colorado front range. In his free time, Graham enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children and rooting for Colorado sports teams.
BS, University of Colorado, 2005
Dean’s List; National Merit Scholarship; President’s Leadership Class Scholarship; Beta Gamma
Sigma Business Honors Society
JD Brooklyn Law School, cum laude, 2008
Articles Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy
Rising Star, Colorado Super Lawyers® Magazine (2019-2021)
Colorado Bar Association, Member 2008
Boulder County Bar Association, Member 2008