Adams and Reese attorney Aaron McLeod, in the law firm’s Birmingham office, has been elected Chairman of the Alabama State Bar Association’s Appellate-Practice Section. At the age of 31, McLeod is the youngest attorney to be elected Chairman of the Bar’s Appellate-Practice Section.
The State Bar’s Appellate-Practice Section was created in 2003 to foster communication among lawyers and judges on matters pertaining to the appellate practice. The Section acts as a resource group for the Alabama appellate courts and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals to assist in rules evaluations and amendments, pro bono appointments, appellate mediation, and other programs.
At Adams and Reese, McLeod focuses his practice on trial and appellate litigation and represents clients in commercial litigation, financial-services litigation, personal-injury defense, professional-liability litigation, and federal and state appeals. McLeod is ranked among the Alabama Rising Stars in appellate, personal-injury defense and general litigation.