Military Law

Members

Members

position held email address

mailing address

phone number

fax number

Chairperson
 
5345 Atlanta Hwy
Montgomery, AL 36109
-3323
(334) 386-7905 (334) 386-7505
Vice Chairperson
 
PO Box 300152
Montgomery, AL 36130
-0152
(334) 242-7300
 
 
131 Clayton St
Montgomery, AL 36104
-3429
(334) 223-7280 (334) 223-7135
 
 
100 Vestavia Pkwy
Vestavia, AL 35216
-7713
(205) 949-2906 (205) 822-2057
 
 
PO Box 18668
Huntsville, AL 35804
-8668
(256) 551-0171 (256) 512-0119
 
 
1819 5th Ave N Ste 1000
Birmingham, AL 35203
-2118
(205) 297-2200 (205) 297-2201
 
 
PO Box 1268
Phenix City, AL 36868
-1268
(334) 297-2900 (334) 297-2224
 
 
25 W 11th St Ste 320
Anniston, AL 36201
-4584
(256) 231-1821 (256) 231-1832
 
 
1651 Ruby Tyler Pkwy
Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
-2990
(205) 507-8170 (205) 507-8350
 
 
2003 Landee Ct
Deatsville, AL 36022
-2836
(334) 213-7583 (334) 271-7366
 
 
123 N Main St
Arab, AL 35016
-1235
(256) 586-2900 (866) 586-6737
 
 
PO Box 309
Fayette, AL 35555
-0309
(205) 932-3255 (205) 932-6151
 
 
4124 Autumn Ln
Vestavia, AL 35243
-5209
(205) 822-4475 (205) 822-0513
 
 
PO Box 429
Uniontown, AL 36786
-0429
(334) 628-4788 (334) 628-5548
 
 
50 Saint Emanuel St
Mobile, AL 36602
-3215
(251) 445-0891
 
 
2703 Mlk Ave SE
Washington, DC 20593
-0007
(202) 372-3744
 
 
1170 Peachtree St NE Ste 2200
Atlanta, GA 30309
-7200
(678) 347-2208 (678) 347-2210
 
 
1100 Fairhope Ave
Fairhope, AL 36532
-2958
(251) 937-9561
 
 
2164 11th Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35205
-2825
(205) 802-2545 (205) 802-3901
 
 
2164 11th Ave S
Birmingham, AL 35205
-2825
(205) 802-2545 (205) 802-3901
 
 
600 Deter Ave # E308
Montgomery, AL 36130
-3024
(334) 242-4220 (334) 242-2008
 
 
PO Box 1871
Montgomery, AL 36102
-1871
(334) 271-7471
 
 
2001 Park Pl Ste 501
Birmingham, AL 35203
-2735
(205) 322-2333 (205) 322-4962
 
 
472 S Lawrence St Ste 207
Montgomery, AL 36104
-4261
(334) 819-7111 (334) 356-7135
 
 
346 Shiloh Ln
Talladega, AL 35160
-7442
(205) 410-4040
 
 
PO Box 240641
Montgomery, AL 36124
-0641
(334) 294-7568 (334) 460-2983
Staff Liaison
 
PO Box 671
Montgomery, AL 36101
-0671
(334) 269-1515 (334) 261-6310

Purpose & Scope

The continuing purpose of this committee is to maintain a meaningful relationship between the organized bar and the active duty judge advocate legal offices in this state.  The committee should make itself available to the military communities in Alabama and the lawyers who are providing services for this substantial group of clients.  It should serve as the vehicle for improving the professional relationship between the lawyers inside the gate at military installations and those outside the gate, so that each group can better serve its clients and the military and civilian communities as a whole.  In addition, the committee should sponsor the annual Military Law Symposium, whose goals are to offer attendees continuing legal education that will be of assistance to them in their military and civilian legal practices, and to provide an opportunity for active duty, reserve, and National Guard personnel of services to interact.

 

The committee has a continuing goal to establish a good network of National Guard, Reserve, active and civilian attorneys to provide legal assistance in Alabama on Military issues.  The “Legal assistance Program to Families when soldiers are deployed” shall be on-going.

 

The committee should recommend to the Bar ways more civilian-pro bono assistance can be carried out.

 

In addition, the committee should consider any or all of the following, as appropriate:

 

(1) maintain liaison with each active duty judge advocate legal office in Alabama;

(2) plan a meeting or gathering of staff judge advocates for discussion of specific

military matters, e.g. garnishment of military pay, claims against the government,

administrative discharge actions, and court martial rules and procedures; and suggest

ways to improve the relationship between the military community and the Lawyer

Referral program

(3)  look for ways to provide more free legal seminars for military service members and

their families.

  • conduct the Annual Military Law Symposium.
  • study and make recommendations whether to implement a “wounded warriors” program
  • study and make recommendations for adequate legal assistance to soldiers and their families.

 

The committee should elect from its membership a secretary who shall be responsible for a written record of its actions.  The secretary, or a designee, should keep minutes of all meetings of the committee, or any subcommittee.  The original of the minutes will be filed with the Alabama State Bar within 14 days after the meetings, to be made a part of the committee’s permanent file.

 

The Alabama State Bar, through its designated staff liaison, will assist the committee in carrying out its purpose.