Anita Kay Head received a B.A. in Music from the University of Mississippi in 2003. In 2006, she graduated magna cum laude from The University of Alabama, where she received her J.D. During law school, Ms. Head was a lead editor for The Journal of the Legal Profession and represented the school on the National Moot Court Team. She was selected for membership in the Order of the Coif. After graduation, Ms. Head clerked for the Honorable Harold See on the Supreme Court of Alabama and then practiced with the law firm of Johnston, Barton, Proctor & Rose LLP in Birmingham for five years. Her practice focused on employment law and litigation. Ms. Head joins the faculty as a Lecturer of Legal Writing. At the law school, Ms. Head teaches first-year Legal Writing and Moot Court courses, as well as Litigation Drafting and Employment Law Drafting. She also coaches multiple moot court teams.