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"Graham Boyd is the founder and director of the ACLU Drug Law Reform Project. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University in 1987 and received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1992. He then was a law clerk to the Honorable Ellen Burns in the District of Connecticut. Prior to working for the ACLU, Mr. Boyd practiced labor law in San Francisco with the firm of Altshuler, Berzon, Nussbaum, Berzon and Rubin. He helped create and then served as the directing attorney for the Worker's Rights Project at Yale Law School. He is the founder and on-going consultant of the Environmental Justice Programme of the Legal Resources Centre in Cape Town, South Africa." 
- Legal Advisory Board, Americans for Safe Access
Resources and articles
- Graham Boyd, Americans for Safe Access, accessed February 1, 2011.