Butler Snow expands Alabama presence; adds 19 attorneys
Published: March 5,2014
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RIDGELAND — Butler Snow has expanded its Birmingham, Ala., office as 19 attorneys join the firm, bringing the total number of attorneys in Birmingham to 24 and nearly 280 firm-wide.
“We are pleased to have this group of attorneys join us in Birmingham, one of our strategic growth markets,” said Donald Clark Jr., chairman, Butler Snow.
Attorney’s joining Butler Snow’s Birmingham office are Brad S. Anderson, Austin A. Averitt, James C. Barton Jr., Brad S. Anderson, Katie Boyd Britt, Sarah E. Hoffman, Russell L. Irby, Michael H. Johnson, David R. Kinman, Jerome K. Lanning, Henry Sprott Long III, Margaret H. Loveman, Alan D. Mathis, Bradley C. Mayhew, Randall D. McClanahan, Angie Godwin McEwen, T. Kurt Miller, E. Alston Ray, J. William Rose Jr. and Caroline D. Walker. They join Helen Kathryn Downs, who recently joined the firm, and four others in the Birmingham office.
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