The December 2013 edition of Mobile Bay Magazine profiled this year’s Class of 40 Under Forty as Adams and Reese attorney Andy Freeman was featured among the honorees in the article, “Get to know the talented, bright, young things who are shaping the Bay area.”
The magazine recognized business executives under the age of 40 who have shown leadership, professional excellence and a commitment to the Mobile Bay area. The honorees were also recognized at the fifth annual awards luncheon at Space 301 on Tuesday, December 3rd.
The article states: “Andy Freeman, an “Alabama Rising Star in Real Estate Law,” has made remarkable contributions to the legal community of Mobile, making partner at Adams and Reese, LLP in 2012 at the age of 33. Andy has been awarded for his extensive charity and pro bono work (particularly in the Wills for Heroes Program) and is a graduate of Leadership Mobile.”
Freeman was featured in a Q&A asking him questions from “Best advice you have ever received” to “How has your career as an attorney enabled you to give back to the community of Mobile?”
At Adams and Reese, Freeman practices in the areas of corporate securities, mergers and acquisitions, real estate and forestry. He is a former graduate Leadership Mobile (2011), a program by Mobile United that identifies and develops leaders from all sectors of the community who are committed to community-building and civic service.
Freeman is also an active board member of the Child Advocacy Center of Mobile; a volunteer for the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program - Wills for Heroes; and a junior advisory board member for the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center.
Freeman earned his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2005 and his B.S. and B.A. from the University of Alabama in 2002.