Graham.Law family law associate Gina Byrd was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee and attended the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. While at the U of M, she participated in mock trial, moot court and served on the law review editorial board as Articles Editor.

Gina began her legal career in 1997 as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Holly Kirby of the Tennessee Court of Appeals. She transitioned to civil litigation with a small but powerful law firm in Memphis, where she enhanced her civil litigation skills while representing clients and families whose lives were turned upside down by trauma.

In 2014, Gina relocated to Colorado Springs, where she spent many summers as a child. She later began a new pursuit of justice — this time for children — as a Guardian ad Litem here in El Paso County. Gina finds that her experience in child welfare law is extremely valuable in her current role at Graham.Law, and especially in child custody cases. Children have unique perspectives on adult dilemmas, and often their voices are not heard.

Gina has experienced divorce both as a child and as a parent, and knows the value of effective representation in domestic relations litigation. She relates to her clients on a personal level as one who has been through this process and come out on the other side a stronger and healthier person. She will guide you through the divorce procedure with care and skill.

Gina loves living in Colorado Springs with her husband, two children, and two dogs. She enjoys cycling, hiking and camping in our beautiful public lands.

  • El Paso County Family Law Section
  • El Paso County Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • National Association of Counsel for Children
  • Tennessee Association for Justice (1998 – 2012)
  • American Attorneys for Justice (1998 – 2012)

Family Law Attorney (2021-present). Associate attorney at Graham.Law.

Guardian ad Litem, El Paso County (2019-2021). Represented children in abuse and neglect cases and pursued their best interests in achieving permanent and safe housing and care.

Civil Litigation Attorney, Memphis, Tennessee (1998-2012). Represented individuals with severe and permanent injuries resulting from automobile accidents and medical malpractice. Also pursued insurance bad faith cases, civil rights, and workers’ compensation cases.

Appellate Law Clerk for Tennessee Court of Appeals (1997-1998). Clerked for the Honorable Holly Kirby (now Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Holly Kirby) and reviewed civil appeals from trial courts, including many family law cases. You do not want to take your family law case to appeal.

University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
J.D. (1997). Top 18% of class.

  • Editorial Board, University of Memphis Law Review, Articles Editor
  • American Jurisprudence Award for Civil Procedure I
  • American Jurisprudence Award for Real Property
  • American Jurisprudence Award for Secured Transactions
  • Summer Associate at Burch, Porter, and Johnson, Memphis, Tennessee 1996.

University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
B.A. (1991). Cum laude.