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  • JD/Business Transactions | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    train students to serve the needs of clients throughout the life cycle of a business venture beginning with formation and choice of business entity then addressing financing in the growth phase possible reorganizations and mergers as the business matures and then finally the law effecting recession and dissolution JD students can earn a JD and an LL M degree at the same time by attending summer school following their second and third years of law school With careful planning students can avoid taking courses the second summer after graduation The LL M tuition rate will apply to any courses taken after JD graduation Click here for the current rate Degree Requirements JD students must complete all JD graduation requirements including 90 credit hours The LL M requires 24 credit hours JD LL M students must take the following required two credit hour courses offered during the terms indicated below Fall Advanced Business Entities Accounting for Lawyers Spring Securities Regulation Intellectual Property Summer Mergers and Acquisitions Students also must take the JD in the building course in Transactional Drafting and either the JD or LLM course in Business Planning The remaining 10 hours 5 courses may be selected from the following business law electives or from the online concentration in taxation except for estate planning electives Advanced Corporate Law Private Equity Personal Income Tax Advanced Intellectual Property Corporate Tax Advanced Corporate Finance Special Problems in Corporate Law Cayman Islands Partnership Tax Business Bankruptcy Advanced Partnership Corporate Tax Executive Compensation International Tax Application of LL M Credits to your JD Degree Subject to the approval of the Academic Associate Dean students may apply up to 15 credit hours in distance education courses toward their JD degree Students may not enroll in distance education courses until they have completed 28 credit hours JD students must complete all JD graduation requirements Application of JD Credits to the LL M Degree Up to 6 hours 3 courses at 2 hours each of certain JD courses may be applied to the LL M degree You must take the JD version of Transactional Drafting in the building and you may take either the JD version of Business Planning in the building on the online LL M version offered during the summer after your third year of law school Two hours of each course will be applied to the LL M degree Prerequisites Grades Prerequisites in the LL M program apply only to LL M courses and JD business law course prerequisites apply only to JD courses The JD program requires students to maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 2 33 See JD academic standards in the Student Handbook The LL M program requires students to maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3 00 Grades in LL M courses do not affect your JD grade point average or class ranking Students must also take the basic versions of LL M Corporate Tax Partnership Tax and Intellectual Property before taking the advanced versions How

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  • JD/MA & JD/PhD | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships JD MA JD PhD JD MA and JD PHD Program The Law School has partnered with the Departments of Political Science and Economics to allow students pursuing a Ph D in either of these two areas to be dually enrolled in the Law School and in the Political Science or Economics Departments Students spend the first year in law school courses and at least one year exclusively as a graduate student in political science or economics Other years are spent

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  • JD/PhD in Economics | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships JD PhD in Economics Typical curriculum for dual enrollment J D Ph D in Economics at The University of Alabama Proposed Program of study First year Fall Semester 16 hours Law 600 Contract I 2 hours Law 602 Torts 4 hours Law 603 Criminal Law 4 hours Law 608 Civil Procedure 4 hours Law 610 Legal Research Writing I 2 hours First year Spring Semester 16 hours Law 605 Contracts II 3 hours Law 609 Constitutional Law 4 hours Law 606 Property 4 hours Law 642 Evidence 3 hours Law 648 Legal Research Writing II 2 hours Second year Fall Semester 12 hours Ec 570 Mathematical Economics 3 hours Ec 571 Econometrics I 3 hours Ec 610 Seminar in Microeconomic Theory 3 hours Fi 510 Financial Management 3 hours Second year Spring Semester 9 hours Ec 611 Seminar in Macroeconomic Theory 3 hours Ec 671 Econometrics II 3 hours Fi 601 Finance Theory I 3 hours Third year Fall Semester 12 hours Law 660 Legal Profession 3 hours Law Elective 3 hours Ec 581 Economics of the Public Sector 3 hours Ec 660 Games Information and Uncertainty 3 hours Third year Spring Semester 12 hours Law 723 Law and Economic 3 hours Ec 622 Seminar in Public Economics 3 hours Law Elective 3 hours Law Elective 3 hours Student must take comprehensive economics exams in June Fourth year Fall Semester 15 hours Law electives 15 hours Fourth year Spring Semester 15 hours Law elective 15 hours Fifth year Fall Semester 3 hours Ec 698 Research in Economics 3 hours Fifth year Spring Semester 3 hours Ec 698 Research in

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  • The Business of Being a Lawyer | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Economics The Business of Being a Lawyer Video Interviews BBL FAQ Faculty Bios Video Interview Practice Areas Interesting BBL Facts Advice From 3LS Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies Academic Support Programs Legal Writing Externships The Business of Being a Lawyer Recognizing that the legal profession is in the midst of dramatic changes and challenges the University of Alabama School of Law is committed to helping its students navigate the legal world they are joining To further this commitment the UA School of Law has created a course The Business of Being a Lawyer BBL which addresses the following four topics 1 current economic trends in the legal profession and how these trends impact law students and new lawyers 2 personal financial planning basics recognizing that one s career choices are enhanced or restricted by one s financial status 3 Issues of Emotional Intelligence EQ skills for building EQ and how such skills help navigate professional and personal challenges and 4 Free Agency how to be an effective free agent throughout one s career BBL is a one credit ethics course that began at the University of Alabama

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  • BBL FAQ | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    how these trends impact law students and new lawyers 2 personal financial planning basics recognizing that one s career choices are enhanced or restricted by one s financial status 3 Issues of Emotional Intelligence EQ skills for building EQ and how such skills help navigate professional and personal challenges and 4 Free Agency how to be an effective free agent throughout one s career 2 How is BBL graded BBL is graded P D F To obtain a pass in the course one must attend class and complete the following four assignments 1 using the format provided prepare a one page business plan for your career 2 using the format provided and hypothetical facts prepare a personal budget 3 complete Gallup Strength Finders the results of which are provided only to the student taking this strength assessment 4 using the format provided prepare a one page outline as to how you will maintain your marketability throughout your career 3 What are the assignments in BBL There are four assignments in BBL 1 using the format provided prepare a one page business plan for your career 2 using the format provided and hypothetical facts prepare a personal budget 3 complete Gallup StrengthsFinder an on line strength assessment the results of this assessment are provided only to the student taking it 4 using the format provided prepare a one page outline as to how you plan to maintain your marketability throughout your career The assignments may be found on the Fall 2013 Syllabus 4 What is the course material for BBL and where may they be obtained BBL course materials consists of 1 a copy of The Business of Being a Lawyer by Pamela Bucy Pierson which may be purchased in the Law School bookstore and 2 a copy of StrengthFinders 2 0 by Tom Rath which may also be purchased in the Law School bookstore 5 Are there class speakers in BBL and who are they Generally there will be 2 4 speakers during the classroom component of each BBL session Speakers in the fall 2013 BBL course included Helen Allen Director of Student Financial Aid at The University of Alabama Cynthia Almond Sole practitioner in Tuscaloosa Noel Amason General Counsel for Amason Associates Inc Jim Barger Partner with Frohsin Barger LLC Bill Bostick Judge for the 18th Judicial Circuit Michael Bownes Secretary of the Board of Trustees Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and Deputy General Counsel for The University of Alabama System Kitty Rogers Brown Associate with White Arnold Dowd P C Mike Ermert Partner with Hare Wynn Newell Newton Chair of the Farrah Law Alumni Society Prim Escalona Associate with Maynard Cooper Gale P C Brandon Falls District Attorney for the 10th Judicial Circuit Edward A Hosp Shareholder with Maynard Cooper Gale P C Anthony Joseph Shareholder with Maynard Cooper Gale P C Debbie Long Executive Vice President Secretary and General Counsel of Protective Life Corporation Wilson Moore President and Broker with Pritchett Moore Inc and Prudential Pritchett Moore

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  • Faculty Bios | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    JAG Corps of the United States Naval Reserve He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law SUSAN DOSS Susan Doss is a partner with Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP in Birmingham Alabama Susan represents financial institutions and corporate clients in a wide range of business transactions focusing especially on commercial lending and other financial transactions while also advising on compliance with state and federal regulatory schemes particularly in the area of banking law Recognized as both an Alabama Super Lawyer and as among the Best Lawyers in America Susan also devotes significant time to charitable activities including serving on the Board of Directors of Alabama Appleseed Center for Law Justice in the President s Cabinet at the University of Alabama as a Director and member of the Executive Committee of the University of Alabama Law School Foundation and past Chair of the Farrah Law Alumni Society Susan received the Marcus Whitman Finance Award and her B S summa cum laude from the University of Alabama She then earned her J D from the University of Alabama School of Law where she was a Hugo Black Scholar Dean M Leigh Harrison Award winner and on the Managing Board of the Alabama Law Review as well as a recipient of Order of the Coif and the Presidential Scholarship MICHAEL D ERMERT Mike Ermert is a partner of the law firm Hare Wynn Newell Newton L L P of Birmingham Alabama Prior to entering the University of Alabama School of Law Mr Ermert served as a United States Army officer Mr Ermert has served as President of UA Law School s Order of the Coif chapter and Chair of the Farrah Alumni Society He has also served as a member of Birmingham Bar Association Executive Committee and on the Board of Directors of the Birmingham Bar Foundation Mr Ermert has been inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates selected by Benchmark Litigation as one of the top litigation attorneys in the state of Alabama selected as an Alabama Super Lawyer and is listed as one of the Best Lawyers in America Mr Ermert received his undergraduate degree and his J D from the University of Alabama PRIM F ESCALONA Prim Escalona practices with Maynard Cooper and Gale P C Birmingham Alabama She has served as the Deputy Solicitor General Office of the Attorney General State of Alabama and as a Legislative Assistant for United States Senator Jeff Sessions in the areas of health care education and social policy Ms Escalona received her undergraduate degree from Birmingham Southern College and her J D from the University of Alabama School of Law BRANDON K FALLS Brandon Falls was appointed to serve as District Attorney Tenth Judicial Circuit Birmingham Division on September 1 2008 elected to this position in 2010 and re elected in 2012 For nineteen years prior to his appointment as District Attorney Mr Falls served as Assistant District Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit Mr Falls has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Cumberland School of Law faculty for the National Advocacy Center in Columbia South Carolina and faculty for the National College of District Attorneys Mr Falls received his undergraduate degree and J D from the University of Alabama KIRA FONTENEAU THE PUBLIC DEFENDER Kira Fonteneau is the Jefferson County Public Defender Birmingham Alabama Prior to joining the Public Defender s Office Ms Fonteneau maintained an active practice focusing in criminal defense employment law and other civil litigation She has served on the Birmingham Bar Association Executive Committee and is a member of the American Bar Association Kira also serves as Board member and Advocacy Chair for the American Diabetes Association and has been a participant in the Birmingham Bar Future Leaders Forum and the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum She holds an undergraduate degree from The University of Virginia and a J D from the University of Georgia School of Law JILL GANUS Jill Ganus serves as an Assistant District Attorney Tuscaloosa County Ms Ganus previously served as Jefferson County District Court Judge 2006 2013 Assistant District Attorney Jefferson County Bessemer Division 1993 2006 2013 2014 and practiced law with Miller Hamilton Snider Odom 1991 1993 Ms Ganus received her undergraduate degree and J D from the University of Alabama JAMES L GOYER III Jim Goyer is a Shareholder and Co Chair of the Compliance and Investigations practice at Maynard Cooper Gale PC He is also a member of the Financial Institutions Corporate Governance and Fiduciary Litigation and Commercial Litigation practices In the corporate litigation area Jim has handled litigation and tried cases concerning pipeline coal mining disputes shareholder disputes construction disputes lender liability products liability securities antitrust computer software and hardware insurance fraud nursing homes and assisted living facilities trademarks toxic torts environmental claims and general personal injury claims He has defended multiple insurance sales practice cases in Mississippi Jim s Compliance and Investigations practice focuses on director officer and fiduciary derivative litigation He is listed by The Best Lawyers in America in several litigation areas and Alabama Super Lawyers in Mergers Acquisitions He is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell Goyer was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2016 in the fields of Litigation Banking and Finance Litigation ERISA and Litigation Mergers and Acquisitions Jim received his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law and holds a B A from the University of North Carolina BERT M GUY Bert Guy is a partner at Campbell Guin Williams Guy Gidiere LLC He work focuses on the firm s Labor and Employment practice with more than 26 years of experience serving as outside general counsel to small and medium sized businesses and practicing in the areas of mergers and acquisitions labor and employment and intellectual property He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law TRIPP HASTON Tripp Haston is a partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings in Birmingham Al Mr Haston co chairs on Bradley Arant s Life Sciences Industry Team handling matters within the region and abroad Prior to joining Bradley Arant Mr Haston clerked for the Honorable Emmett R Cox of the 11th Circuit U S Court of Appeals Mr Haston is listed in the Best Lawyers in America and Alabama Super Lawyers Mr Haston received his B A from Auburn University and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law DAVID J HODGE David Hodge is a member of the firm Morris King Hodge P C in Huntsville Alabama His practice focuses on products liability cases and mass torts and also has a strong emphasis on small business representation Following law school before joining a firm David clerked for Judge Inge P Johnson in the U S District Court for the Northern District of Alabama He has been appointed to serve as Co Chair of the Settlement Committee for the multidistrict litigation involving Blue Cross Blue Shield Antitrust Litigation David is also a member of the Alabama State Bar Association s Judicial Liaison Committee and the Civil Rules Committee He has gained the distinction of being named one of the top lawyers in Alabama by SuperLawyers Magazine and the National Trial Lawyers organization He received his undergraduate degree from Samford University and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law LAURA HODGE Laura Hodge is an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and her J D from the University of Alabama School of Law HEATH HOLDEN Heath Holden is a partner at Newell Holden LLC He is licensed to practice law in the State of Alabama and the United States District Courts for the Middle and Northern Districts of Alabama He focuses his practice on Real Estate matters Landlord Tenant Law Family Law Civil Litigation Bankruptcy and Collections Heath is also a trained mediator who first practiced law in Birmingham Alabama as a contract staff attorney for the firm of Whatley Drake LLC He later returned to Tuscaloosa and joined Herbert M Newell III Heath is a member of the Tuscaloosa County Bar Association and the Alabama State Bar He is also involved in the Farrah Law Society Tuscaloosa BNI United Way of West Alabama Young Leaders Society and The Red Elephant Club of Tuscaloosa Heath received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law EDWARD A TED HOSP Ted Hosp is a shareholder of Maynard Cooper Gale P C Montgomery Alabama as a member of the firm s government affairs group Mr Hosp has also served as Legal Advisor to the Governor of Alabama Adjunct Faculty at the University of Alabama School of Law Chair of the Alabama State Bar Section on Ethics Elections and Government Relations Law law clerk to the Honorable Harold Albritton United States District Judge for the Middle District of Alabama and on the staff of the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Mr Hosp currently serves on the Alabama Access to Justice Commission he served as the Commission s first Chair from 2007 2011 Mr Hosp has served on the Board of the Birmingham Volunteer Lawyers Program the Board of the Montgomery Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program and the Board of the Middle District of Alabama Federal Defenders Program Mr Hosp has long served on the Alabama State Bar Committee on Volunteer Lawyer Programs Mr Hosp received his undergraduate degree from Brown University and his J D from Fordham University School of Law JIM HUGHEY The Honorable Jim Hughey is a Circuit Court Judge for the Tenth Judicial Circuit in Birmingham Alabama Judge Hughey began his service as a Civil Division Circuit Judge on January 15 2013 Prior to taking office he was a partner with the law firm of Lightfoot Franklin White LLC During his years of practice Judge Hughey was listed multiple times in Best Lawyers in America and Alabama Super Lawyers and held an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell He also served on the editorial board of the Alabama Lawyer and as co chair of the Alabama State Bar s Diversity in the Profession Committee In July 2014 Judge Hughey was awarded the Judge Drayton James Award by the young lawyers section of the Birmingham Bar Association The award is presented annually to a judge who has exemplified Judge James legacy of friendship professionalism and legal guidance to young lawyers Judge Hughey received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law F INGE JOHNSTONE Inge Johnstone is in private practice with the firm Johnstone Carroll LLC His practice focuses on litigation in a wide variety of matters including insurance disputes business disputes fraud personal injury maritime injuries and property litigation Inge is a member of the Birmingham Bar Association the Alabama State Bar and the American Association of Justice He has served as Secretary Treasurer for the Young Lawyer s Section of the Birmingham Bar Executive Committee Mr Johnstone received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law ANTHONY JOSEPH Anthony Joseph is a shareholder of Maynard Cooper Gale P C Birmingham Alabama Mr Joseph s practice focuses on white collar criminal defense and general civil litigation Mr Joseph has served as an Assistant United States Attorney N D AL a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and an Assistant District Attorney Jefferson County Alabama Mr Joseph has served as chair Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association President of the Birmingham Bar Association President of the Birmingham Legal Aid Society President of the Alabama State Bar Vice Chancellor of the Alabama Episcopal Diocese President of the Alabama Center for Law and Civic Education and President of Big Brothers Big Sisters Mr Joseph received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and his J D from Samford University Cumberland School of Law DEBORAH J LONG Debbie Long is Executive Vice President Secretary and General Counsel of Protective Life Corporation whose principal subsidiaries include Protective Life Insurance Company and West Coast Life Insurance Company Prior to becoming General Counsel of Protective Life in 1992 Ms Long was a member of Maynard Cooper Gale P C Birmingham Alabama where she practiced in the areas of insurance banking and finance business acquisitions and mergers and general corporate law Prior to entering law practice Ms Long clerked for the Honorable Frank M Johnson United States Circuit Court for the Fifth Circuit now Eleventh Circuit Ms Long has served as Chair of the Legal Section of the American Council of Life Insurers Chair of the Judiciary Committee of the Business Counsel of Alabama President of the Alabama Life and Disability Insurance Guaranty Association Vice Chair of the Texas Life Health Insurance Guaranty Association Member of the Board of Governors and as President of the Association of Life Insurance Counsel an international bar association for life insurance lawyers Chair of the Board of the Alabama Women s Commission appointed by Alabama Governor Bob Riley and on the Boards of various Birmingham charitable organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Birmingham the YWCA of Birmingham Oasis Women s Counseling Center Birmingham Museum of Art and Partners in Neighborhood Growth Inc Ms Long received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University and her J D from the University of Alabama School of Law CAREY MCRAE Carey McRae a partner in the Birmingham office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings represents a broad spectrum of healthcare providers including hospitals ambulatory surgery centers home health agencies psychiatric hospitals and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals in connection with their state and federal regulatory issues as well as certain litigation matters involving regulatory peer review and reimbursement issues In addition to being recognized as Birmingham s 2015 Lawyer of the Year in Health Care Law he has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America and Alabama Super Lawyers and has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at both Cumberland School of Law and the University of Alabama School of Law Carey received his B A from Vanderbilt University in 1988 where he was on the Dean s List and was recognized among the Outstanding College Students of America his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1992 where he served as Lead Articles Editor of the Alabama Law Review and his M S from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1997 WILSON MOORE Wilson Moore is President of Prudential Pritchett Moore Realty of Tuscaloosa Alabama He has served as President Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors President West Alabama Multiple Listing Service Inc Director Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors Director and Vice President Druid Glass Construction Inc and as a member of the Boards of the Bank of Tuscaloosa the DCH Foundation and the West Alabama Chamber of Commerce Mr Moore received his undergraduate degree from Washington and Lee University and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law ARTHUR ORR Arthur Orr was elected to the Alabama Senate in 2006 He serves as Trustee Southern Growth Policies Board Chair of the Joint Legislative Water Resources Committee Chair of the State Water Commission Chair of Select Commission on High School Dropouts Chair of the Alabama Senate Finance and Taxation Committee and as members of the Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee the Elections Commission and the Wrongful Incarceration Committee Mr Orr has long been involved in public service volunteering during law school with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Community Soup Bowl Upon graduation from law school Mr Orr joined the Peace Corps where he was assigned to the remote Himalayan village of Khandbari Nepal He established there a college scholarship program to benefit female village students To date over 80 village students have benefited by attending college and seeking the opportunities an education provides After completing his Peace Corps commitment Mr Orr returned to Decatur Alabama where he joined the law firm of Harris Caddell and Shanks P C While in private practice he served as President of the Decatur Jaycees President of the Volunteer Center of Main Street Decatur and was an active Board member of multiple civic organizations and church committees Mr Orr was selected as the Citizen of the Year by the Decatur Rotary Club and as a Community Hero to carry the 1996 Olympic Torch in Morgan County Alabama Mr Orr left his law practice in Decatur to work with Habitat for Humanity International and establish a Habitat program in Bangladesh The Bangladesh program was built from scratch and to date has constructed over 500 houses in partnership with the working poor residents of that country Mr Orr served as legal counsel for Habitat for Humanity International throughout the Asia Pacific region traveling to numerous countries and negotiating with government officials aid organizations and local citizens After serving with Habitat for Humanity International Mr Orr returned to Decatur where he is Vice President and General Counsel of Cook s Pest Control Inc and part owner of several local businesses involved in real estate development and management Mr Orr has re engaged as an active community leader and has served as President of the Calhoun College Foundation President of the Community Foundation of Decatur President of the Decatur Rotary Club and President of the National Alumni Association for Wake Forest University Mr Orr helped start the Community Free Clinic and has served on the Boards of the Decatur Chamber of Commerce the Mental Health Center and the Hartselle Development Board Mr Orr received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and his J D from the University of Alabama School of Law KATHRYN KATIE OSBURNE Katie Osburne is Deputy General Counsel University of Alabama System Prior to joining the

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  • Video Interview Practice Areas | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Alexander Buchanan Private Practice Waller Lansden Dortch Davis LLP Thomas Carter Baker Botts Houston Texas Nathaniel M Cartmell IV Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Chase Cole Private Practice Waller Lansden Dortch Davis LLP Celia Collins Private Practice Johnstone Adams Bailey Gordon Harris LLC Marcel Debruge Private Practice Burr Forman LLP Susan Doss Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Mark Drew Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Starr Turner Drum Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Bingham D Edwards Private Practice Balch Bingham LLP Parker Griffin Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Tripp Haston Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Ann Hill Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Ted Hosp Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Liz Huntley Private Practice Lightfoot Franklin White LLC Frank James Private Practice Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell Berkowitz PC Anthony Joseph Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Matthew Todd Lowther Private Practice Balch Bingham LLP Marcus Maples Private Practice Sirote Permutt PC Michel Marcoux Private Practice Balch Bingham LLP Joseph B Mays Jr Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Carey McRae Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Mac Moorer Private Practice Lightfoot Franklin White LLC Michel Nicrosi Private Practice Jones Walker LLP Barry Johnson Parker Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC James Pool Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Frances Quick Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Edward Sledge Private Practice Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP Sam Stumpf Member Bass Berry Sims PLC Jarred O Taylor II Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC William Lee Thuston Private Practice Burr Forman LLP Arnold W Umbach III Private Practice Starnes Davis Florie LLP Katharine Weber Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC H Thomas Wells Jr Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Chris Williams Private Practice Maynard Cooper Gale PC Criminal Practice James Barger Private Practice Frohsin Barger LLC Alan Baty Private Practice Frohsin Barger LLC William N Clark Private Practice Redden Mills Clark Shaw LLP Brandon Falls District Attorney Tenth Judicial Circuit Birmingham Division Kira Fonteneau Jefferson County Public Defender Laura Hodge Assistant United States Attorney N D AL Richard S Jaffe Private Practice Jaffe Drennan PC Pascal Nkengla Assistant Public Defender Casey Reynolds Assistant Criminal District Attorney Bexar County D A s Office Chris Roberts Director Alabama Office of Indigent Defense Services Joyce Vance United States Attorney N D AL Bill Veitch Chief Deputy District Attorney Jefferson County D A s Office Bessemer Division Mark White Private Practice White Arnold Dowd PC Parks White District Attorney for the Northern Judicial Circuit of Georgia Non traditional Career Path Brooke Bacak Legislative Director Senator Ted Cruz Townes Duncan Managing Partner Solidus Company LP Ruth Ann Hall Professor of Legal Studies University of Alabama Joe Heilman Heilman Production Inc Kenneth Minturn Owner Minturn Business Consulting LLC Wilson Moore President Pritchett Moore Inc Cathy Wright Founder Principal Clarus Consulting Group Inc Small or Medium Firm Cynthia Lee Almond Private Practice Cynthia Lee Almond LLC Tuscaloosa City Council Member Nick Armstrong Private Practice Price Armstrong LLC

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  • Interesting BBL Facts | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Class Scheduling Policy JD JD FAQS Application Transfers JD MBA Program About the JD MBA Program Why Alabama Academics Degree Requirements Curriculum and Timeline Real World Experience Admissions Application Requirements Apply Check Application Status Visiting Alabama Tuition Careers Student Life Contact Us JD MSCE JD Tax LL M JD Business Transactions JD MA JD PhD Application JD PhD in Economics The Business of Being a Lawyer Video Interviews BBL FAQ Faculty Bios Video Interview Practice Areas Interesting BBL Facts Advice From 3LS Cross Disciplinary Legal Studies Cross Disciplinary Courses Faculty Scholarship on SSRN Podcasts LL M Degrees International Graduate Programs International LL M International LL M Frequently Asked Questions Doctor of Juridical Science J S D Frequently Asked Questions Class Listings Certificate in Governmental Affairs Certificate in Public Interest Law Law Clinics Civil Law Clinic For Law Students Community Development Clinic For Law Students Criminal Defense Clinic For Law Students Domestic Violence Law Clinic For Law Students Elder Law Clinic For Law Students Mediation Law Clinic For Law Students Law Journals Lecture Podcasts Meador Lectures International Programs International Law Courses International Scholarship and Research International Summer Programs International Visiting Professors Lecturers International Moot Court Jessup International Law Society Academic Policies

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