Harrison Graydon is an associate attorney, and he practices primarily in the areas of criminal appeals and Post Conviction Relief Act proceedings.
Harrison is a cum laude graduate of the Duquesne University School of Law, where he was recognized for his achievement in the study of bankruptcy law and Pennsylvania state constitutional law. At Duquesne, Harrooiison participated in the federal litigation clinic and argued a post-conviction review case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on the clinic's behalf. During law school, Harrison also worked as a judicial intern for Judge Mary Jane Bowes of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, where he assisted with handling appeals in criminal cases.
Following graduation, Harrison served as judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judge Valarie Costanzo of the Criminal Division of the Washington County Court of Common Pleas. As a clerk, Harrison became well-acquainted with criminal appeals and post-conviction proceedings from the judicial perspective. Harrison has also worked in civil litigation, handling a variety of civil and family law cases from both plaintiff and defendant sides. As an advocate, Harrison is committed to ensuring that the rule of law is upheld and scrupulously followed to protect clients' rights.
Harrison is a member of the Allegheny County and Washington County Bar Associations. He has also served as an assistant coach of the University of Pittsburgh's undergraduate mock trial team. Before law school, Harrison graduated magna cum laude from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, with a bachelor's degree in International Studies.