Griff is dedicated to assisting individuals who are the victims of discrimination, who need assistance with problems arising from work or who have suffered a serious injury. He practices primarily in the areas of workers’ compensation, employment, civil rights, and mediation. He has successfully represented victims of sexual harassment, gender, race, and disability discrimination. His workers’ compensation practice focuses on significant cases regarding physical injuries and occupational diseases, including mental stress cases. He has successfully represented clients on death row and at Guantanamo Bay.
Griff was a member of the founding class of the Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C., created to train lawyers dedicated to civil rights. He originally moved to North Carolina as a union organizer and labor representative.