Alabama Super Lawyers Articles

The Fighter

Trip Walton’s battles in the ring, in the courtroom, and now with Parkinson’s

Pilot Program

Bronze Star recipient Clinton T. Speegle is using his Iraq War aviation expertise to help institutions write drone policy

Like Lawyer, Like Daughter

Jere and Julie Beasley work together, argue together

Miss Nina

Behind the scenes of Jenna Bedsole’s documentary on an Alabama legal pioneer who braved porch bombs and burning crosses

Discovery with Ricardo Woods

The Alabama attorney wakes, prays, shaves his head and breaks out the Sam Cooke

‘We’ve Come a Rather Remarkable Way’

An oral history of civil rights and the African-American bar 60 years after Montgomery

She Speaks the Language

Kimberly Bessiere Martin could have been a spy but she became fascinated with products liability

Mind the Gap

Why W. Lewis Garrison Jr. has been accused of turning Alabama into ‘tort hell’

Leap of Faith

The evolution of Birmingham firm Badham & Buck

The Art of Reversal

Appealing court decisions, Rhonda T. Chambers searches for the flaw in the reasoning and gets the courts to take a second look

No Doubt for Miles

Faith in the triumph of good over evil fuels the career of W. Daniel “Dee” Miles

LaBella Alvis Will Try Almost Anything

Just don’t ask her to play the piano for you

Called to Serve

For Birmingham civil defense litigator Augusta S. Dowd, the legal profession represents a way of giving back

Saltwater in His Veins

Allen E. “Teeto” Graham uses his background in shipbuilding and the seafood business in his maritime practice at Phelps Dunbar

A True Gentleman

Birmingham civil defense attorney Mike Atchison believes in treating everyone with dignity

Living the Motto: Chris Williams Is Still Prepared

Eagle Scout Chris J. Williams became the first LEED-certified attorney in the state of Alabama

Q&A with Celia J. Collins

The partner at Johnstone, Adams, Bailey, Gordon & Harris on the changes in employment law over the years, getting more women involved in Alabama politics and making time for triathlons

The Record Setter

Alabama v. ExxonMobil was a defining moment in Robert Cunningham’s career, but he’d rather talk about what he’s doing today, such as fishing for the 200-pound tarpon

The Influence of Bear Bryant

D. Leon Ashford credits the legendary football coach for a career in law

Last Line of Defense

Bryan Stevenson weighs matters of life and death

Most Likely to Succeed

Ann Huckstep's old-fashioned principles earn her modern honors

Representing Monsanto

Adam Peck isn't afraid of controversial cases

Q&A: Morris Dees

Morris Dees, co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, has squared off against Klansmen, neo-Nazis and militant organizations. He has won millions for his clients and disbanded hate groups across the nation. At 72, he could retire today—but he chooses to continue the fight.

The 24-hour Rule

What do Exxon, R.J. Reynolds and Auburn University have in common? Sam Franklin        

For the People

Jere Beasley has wrangled some of the state's biggest settlements and forced corporate giants to change their ways    

The Redoubtable Ms. Crittenden

Judy Crittenden doesn't take no for an answer  

Gimme Shelter

Carol Stewart finds homes for canines and humansJudy Crittenden doesn't take no for an answer        

Selma Bound

Who says you can't go home again? Not Terri Sewell.  

The Advocate

A battle with cancer brings Judith Todd closer to her clients        

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