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Freeman Accepted into Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum Class of 2015

10/31/2014

Adams and Reese Partner Andy Freeman has been accepted into the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum Class of 2015, consisting of 30 business leaders across the state.

The Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum is honored as a dynamic and highly effective model for nurturing and developing leadership skills and values among a select group of qualified, promising lawyers each year. Now in its ninth year, the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum has illuminated a pathway for other state bars and legal organizations recognizing the need for servant-minded bar and community leadership.

From the program’s inception in 2005, it has produced 287 graduates.

At Adams and Reese, Freeman practices in the areas of corporate securities, mergers and acquisitions, real estate and forestry.

Freeman is an active member of the Alabama State Bar Association, Mobile Bar Association, Baldwin County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Alabama Forestry Association, American Bankruptcy Institute and Association for Corporate Growth. In the community, he serves as a volunteer for South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program - Wills for Heroes; he is a board member of the Child Advocacy Center of Mobile; and on the junior advisory board of Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center.

Freeman earned his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was a Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review. He also graduated from the University of Alabama, earning his B.S. in Computer Science and B.A. in Political Science.