Why did you become an attorney?
I've always enjoyed working with others as a team to achieve a specific objective or goal. Also, I have always been a very detailed-oriented person who enjoys the challenge of understanding complex things or ideas and mastering the details and nuances of each. Because of these characteristics, I believe the complex nature of and subtle nuances within the law attracted me to become an attorney.
What is the best part of your job?
The opportunity to take complex ideas and visions and transform them into realities.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
If I am not at home with my wife and two little boys, you will likely find me on the golf course with my oldest son (youngest soon to follow, I’m sure). On the rare occasion I find any additional spare time, it is quickly filled with reading, trips to the park, or enjoying the world class food scene that Birmingham offers.
Outside the Office
•Judge Robert David Proctor, United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
•American Journal of Trial Advocacy
•Executive Editor (2017-2018)
•United States Department of Justice
•Research Assistant and Legal Intern, Office of Legislative Affairs (2017)
•United States Marine Corps
•Field Artillery Officer (2011-2016)
•Alabama State Bar
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