Effective litigators don't just know the law. They know the courts. It's the fundamental philosophy that has guided this firm since day one.
With offices strategically located throughout Alabama and the I-10 Gulf Coast corridor from Gulfport, Mississippi to Tallahassee, Florida, and north to our Chattanooga, Tennessee office, Carr Allison offers the kind of confident legal representation that only comes from firsthand experience. We have accumulated decades of closely cultivated relationships at the local level, wherever our clients' interests lie.
E. Glenn Smith, Jr., Counsel in the Carr Allison's Mobile office has been selected to participate in The Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum, Class 11. The Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum is honored as a dynamic and highly effective model for nurturing and developing leadership skills and values among a select group of qualified, promising lawyers each year. Now in its ninth year, the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum has illuminated a pathway for other state bars and legal organizations recognizing the need for servant-minded bar and community leadership. Graduates of the Alabama bar program become models of ethical and professional behavior both within and outside the legal community.
Mr. Smith graduated from St. Paul’s Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama and went on to become a four-year letterman in football at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Following his undergraduate studies, Glenn attended law school at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the former President of the Mobile Young Lawyers, has held positions on the Executive Committee of the Mobile Bar Association, and is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Mobile Bar Foundation and Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association. Outside of the legal community, Glenn sits on the Board of Directors for the Child Day Care Association. Glenn currently lives in Mobile, Alabama with his wife Lacey and their 18 month old son, Morris.
Carr Allison is pleased to welcome two new attorneys to the firm. Amanda E. Kelley joins the firm’s Chattanooga office as a shareholder and Jessica Mohr joins the firm’s Medicare Compliance office as an associate in Birmingham.
Ms. Kelley has extensive experience representing local, regional, and national clients in a full range of civil litigation defense matters, including premises and products liability, first party property coverage, and health care. Ms. Kelley earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville graduating summa cum laude. She earned her Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University Law School.
Ms. Mohr graduated from Auburn University, summa cum laude, before attending the University of Alabama School of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor. Her practice will focus on assisting clients with the federal Medicare Secondary Payer Act.
Carr Allison is honored to announce that attorneys Judson Wells, Bill Sisson, Caroline Pryor and Justin Parsons have received two-year appointments from the Poarch Band of Creek Indians to serve as Ethics Officer and alternate Ethics Officers, respectively. In their capacity as Ethics Officers, these attorneys will represent the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Ethics Board in the investigation and prosecution of ethics complaints and preparation of advisory opinions.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is the only federally recognized Indian Tribe in the state of Alabama, operating as a sovereign nation with its own system of government and bylaws. The Tribe operates a variety of economic enterprises, which employs hundreds of area residents. Poarch Creek Indian Gaming manages three gaming facilities in Alabama, including: Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Atmore; Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Wetumpka; and Creek Casino Montgomery.