Robyn Graham

Robyn Graham practices in general civil litigation, maintaining a broad practice with specialized focus in areas of administrative law; construction law, including builders’ liens; corporate and commercial litigation; environmental and oil and gas litigation; and professional negligence.

Originally from Paris, Ontario, Robyn graduated from the University of Guelph with a Bachelor of Arts (with Distinction) in History, a Master of Arts (with Distinction) in History, and from the University of Alberta with a Juris Doctor (with Distinction).


Robyn joined JSS Barristers in 2021 after articling and practicing at a regional firm in Edmonton, Alberta, where she obtained significant experience in civil litigation and family law. Robyn has represented both individual and corporate clients in the Provincial Court of Alberta, Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, Court of Appeal of Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada, and various administrative tribunals and boards in Alberta. She approaches her practice with practical sensibility and with a client-centered approach that focuses on cost-effectiveness, efficiency and candor.

Prior to articling, Robyn obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Alberta during which time she was heavily involved with volunteering with the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, Civil Claims Duty Counsel and Student Legal Services, an organization which assists low-income individuals and families in attaining access to justice. Robyn continued to volunteer with similar initiatives after graduating, assisting with various access to justice initiatives and helping people navigate the judicial system.

Robyn worked as a Legal Research and Writing Fellow with the University of Alberta Faculty of Law assisting in educating first-year law students.