Caleb Graves is a native Texan and a practicing attorney in Dallas. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin, he taught high school biology and chemistry in the Washington D.C. area as a Teach For America corps member. Caleb worked on a campaign in Texas before returning to D.C. to attend law school at Georgetown University. In law school, he pursued his passion for voting rights and participated in a civil rights clinic, where he worked on a project to guarantee a right to vote in several states.
After law school, Caleb clerked in federal court for the Honorable Xavier Rodriguez in the Western District of Texas in San Antonio. He then moved to Dallas to begin his practice as an attorney in commercial litigation at Baker Botts, where he has also participated heavily in the firm's pro bono and community work. Caleb is engaged and passionate about voting rights, health care, and education, three areas that he has focused on and worked in through his education and professional work. He is looking forward to improving his ability to further these and other progressive goals in Dallas, Texas, and the country as a whole. In his spare time, Caleb enjoys running and traveling.