Alabama Law Foundation Announces New Fellows

Alabama Law alumni have been named Fellows of the Alabama Law Foundation for their demonstrated outstanding dedication to the legal profession and their community.

The Fellows program was established in 1995 to honor Alabama Bar members for outstanding service and commitment. Since no more than 1 percent of bar members are invited into fellowship, the selection committee chooses new members from an exceptional group of lawyers.

“We are honored to welcome the 2018 Class of Fellows to the Alabama Law Foundation, said Anthony Joseph, President of the Board of Trustees of the Alabama Law Foundation. “This class reflects the best of the best. Throughout their careers, these men and women have distinguished themselves as lawyers, judges, and servant leaders in the profession and community. We are proud to welcome them into the ranks of our Foundation.”

Fellows provide financial and personal support to the Foundation. Their gifts help fund projects and programs that benefit Alabama residents and the legal community. Ultimately, the goal is to provide equal access to justice for all Alabama residents.

Alabama Law alumni named as fellows were:

George W. Andrews III (‘71)

Amy S. Creech (‘93)

Kendall C. Dunson (‘96)

Jeffery J. Hartley (‘90)

Emily Coody Marks (‘98)

Clay Martin (‘95)

Edward M. Patterson (‘73)

Tatum Turner (‘88)

Frank M. Wilson (‘78)