Attorney Tanya Mitchell Graham
is the owner of The Law Office of Tanya Mitchell Graham, P.C. Attorney Graham is a dedicated professional, and she is determined to make certain that she earns a reputation for aggressive representation and exceptional work product that exceeds each client's expectations. She currently represents a wide variety of entertainment and business entities. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Attorney Graham has made Atlanta her home most of her adult life. Attorney Graham has two daughters. She is a member of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia.

While Attorney Graham has performed limited transactions within the sports industry, she has focused her law practice primarily on the music business where she has enjoyed representing several independent record labels, producers, artists, managers and promoters since January, 1992.

Attorney Graham began litigating entertainment-related cases in 1995. Practicing law comfortably under the auspices of her own firm since 1994, Attorney Graham has extended her entertainment practice into the motion picture, television, and sports industries. Her interests in entertainment and sports emanate naturally from her personal interests in the entertainment and sports from childhood.

As part of servicing her entertainment and sports clients, Attorney Graham provides additional legal services such as handling corporate law, business law, contract matters, family law, and limited minor criminal matters.
"By providing other important services such as a prenuptial agreement, or incorporation for a business or non-profit foundation, The Law Office of Tanya Mitchell Graham, P.C. can be a full-service Firm for its professional clients who greatly value confidentiality in all of their matters."

My Experience

She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Vanderbilt University where she was an exceptional leader and one of the original founders of the Tennessee Association of Black Students, Inc. Attorney Graham received her Juris Doctor Degree from Georgia State University College of Law where she again excelled as a leader on campus and received numerous academic and civic honors. After passing the July, 1991, Georgia Bar Exam, Attorney Graham began practicing law in the areas of Entertainment Law and Family Law.
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Father's Rights
  • Entertainment Law
  • Business Law
  • Prenuptial Agreements

As part of her community service, Attorney Graham serves as legal counsel and as Director of the Board for the Kingdom All-Stars, Inc., a nonprofit Georgia corporation that sponsors competitive all-star cheerleading for youths between the ages of 5-16 years of age.  In addition, Attorney Graham is a former member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Decatur/DeKalb Chapter where she was actively involved in The Legacy Program sponsored by the Chapter. The Legacy Program is a leadership development program geared towards DeKalb County teenage girls. In the monthly sessions, topics are discussed which range from Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, to Health Education and Community & Civic Leadership. Attorney Graham volunteers as a Junior Achievement instructor, where she teaches classes on career development to middle school students. Attorney Graham was also the first African-American member of the Board of Trustees for the Georgia State University Athletic Association.  In her role as a member of the Board of Trustees, she actively supported and provided leadership to the further development and nurturing of the University's NCAA sanctioned sports programs.