Mizzou Law names classroom after alumnus, former curator Marcy Graham

Mizzou leaders and alumni gathered in the Mizzou Law courtroom on Sept. 8 to honor a special alumnus who has spent decades advancing the University of Missouri, the state and the lives of his clients: Marcy Graham.

As UM System President Mun Choi announced at the ceremony, former 332A Hulston Hall, one of the most-used rooms at the law school for a photo of a sign reading mizzou law loves mr. grahamclasses, seminars and events, will now be named the Maurice B. “Marcy” Graham Classroom. Thanks to a fundraising campaign in Marcy’s honor, the room has been refurbished and refurnished for the first time since Hulston Hall was built 35 years ago. Featuring new carpet, paint, classroom technology, tables and chairs, the Marcy Graham Classroom is now one of the most advanced classrooms at Mizzou Law.

Maurice B. “Marcy” Graham is President of the Gray Ritter Graham law firm in St. Louis. He has been a frequent speaker and author in the areas of litigation and legal ethics. Graham is a two-time Mizzou graduate, earning both a BA and a JD at the University of Missouri. a photo of marcy graham being applauded by a room full of people

Graham was a member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators, serving as Chairman in 2017. He received a Special Merit Citation from the American Judicature Society in 1989 and received a Citation of Merit from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1988. In 1992, Graham was honored by the University of Missouri with a Distinguished Alumni Award. He served as President of the University of Missouri Law School Foundation, and a Trustee of the Jefferson Club. Mr. Graham served as Chairman of the University of Missouri-Columbia Law School’s $17 million endowment campaign.