Ted Graham


Ted Graham consults in the fields of knowledge and risk management. Ted has spent over 20 years working in conflicts and intake, knowledge management, finance, and risk management for law firms and corporations.

Ted’s work with LKO focuses on data collection and mapping for law firms and legal departments within corporations, the organization of knowledge resources, the integration of internal and external systems to increase accessibility and usefulness of data with an eye towards how lawyers use and ingest data in their practices. The profiling of people, client and matter data, aligning and harmonizing structured and unstructured data and advising on data governance are ways in which Ted assists his clients in establishing and deploying experience management systems.

Previously, Ted served as the Compliance Manager for Cogo Labs, focusing on data privacy and anti-spam compliance issues. He started his legal career as a conflict analyst at Ropes & Gray, joined their bankruptcy practice following law school, and later became the firm’s first Conflicts Attorney. He spent three years at WilmerHale as a KM Attorney before returning to his roots in conflicts at Brown Rudnick as their Director of Business Relations. He has designed, overhauled, and implemented new intake and conflicts systems, as well as the processes and procedures relating to them to better align them with knowledge and experience management tools, as well as streamlining the collection of critical data.

Ted focuses on the collaboration and change management needed to help firms succeed in the knowledge and risk management space, often acting as the “translator” between the practice groups and admin teams. He has written articles on data privacy laws and spoken at conferences on knowledge management and data governance.

Ted serves on the Human Rights Committee for Sevita Health (formerly Mass MENTOR) and is the Secretary and Trustee of a 290-year-old non-profit organization in Boston. Ted is a graduate of Northeastern University and the American University in Cairo and received his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School.