Bothwell Graham's legal practice is devoted to the representation and counsel of employers in matters related to employee benefits and executive compensation. 

Holding a Masters of Laws in Taxation and having studied medical science and psychology prior to pursuing his J.D., Bothwell brings a unique background of analytical thinking and a depth of familiarity of tax law to support his clients in complex legal matters related to employee benefits. His practice includes providing day-to-day counsel to employers in both qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and executive compensation structures, as well as assisting clients in compliance with the constantly evolving obligations under the ACA, COBRA, HIPAA and ERISA.

Prior to joining FordHarrison, Bothwell completed a legal externship with the Division of Plan Benefit Security in the Office of the Solicitor for the U.S. Department of Labor. In this role, he provided support of both District and Circuit Court litigation of fiduciary violations under ERISA. Shortly after his J.D., Bothwell served as a legal intern for the Treaty Assistance and Interpretation Team of the Internal Revenue Service. While in law school, Bothwell served as a legal intern for the Office of Chief Counsel of the Drug Enforcement Agency, and as a judicial intern for the Honorable George L. Hastings (Ret.) of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. 

Prior to enrolling in law school, Bothwell was engaged in the medical research field as a statistical and research analyst for the Medical University of South Carolina. 

Both Graham's license to practice law in Georgia is pending. He is currently admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia.