Holly J. GosneyCounsel


100 Vestavia Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35216


205.822.2057 (fax)

Professional Profile

Holly serves as counsel in Carr Allison’s Birmingham (AL) office. She is admitted to practice in Alabama and the United States District Courts for the northern, middle and southern districts of Alabama. Holly focuses her practice on defending matters involving transportation, general litigation, governmental litigation & public liability and personal injury.

Holly graduated cum laude from Vanderbilt University (TN) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in European Studies and Spanish. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Vanderbilt University Law School (TN). Before joining Carr Allison, Holly served as a deputy district attorney for the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office and as an assistant city attorney for the Office of the City Attorney of Birmingham.

Holly is originally from Ann Arbor (MI) and is an avid animal lover. In her free time she enjoys traveling and listening to true crime podcasts.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice


United States District Courts, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama


BA, Vanderbilt University (TN), cum laude

JD, Vanderbilt University Law School (TN)


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