Graham Fenton is an attorney in Greenberg Glusker’s Corporate, Finance & Securities and Entertainment practice groups.
Graham graduated from UCLA School of Law, where he served as Co-President of the UCLA Entertainment Law Association and Chief Submissions Editor for the UCLA Entertainment Law Review. He was awarded the Masin Family Academic Excellence Gold Award in Negotiation Theory & Practice and the Masin Family Academic Excellence Silver Award in Employment Law. As part of 2020’s GRAMMY Week, Graham was honored by the Recording Academy as Runner-Up in the Entertainment Law Initiative national legal writing competition for his paper, Taming the Ticket Market: How a Closed Ticketing System Can Beat Back Scalpers and Recapture Lost Revenue, which is published in the Spring 2020 edition of the ABA’s Entertainment and Sports Lawyer.
Prior to law school, Graham worked as a professional singer and actor, most notably starring as Frankie Valli in the hit Broadway musical, Jersey Boys. Over the course of nine years, Graham performed the starring role in more than 1,300 performances and was a member of the Las Vegas, Broadway, U.S. National Tour, and Australian casts.
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (J.D., 2020)
- Carnegie Mellon University (B.F.A., University Honors, 2005)