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Alex J Alred

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 Montgomery, AL

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Alex J. Alred is a native of Glencoe, Alabama where he graduated from Glencoe High School in 2013. After graduating high school, Alex attended Auburn University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Public Administration. While in college, Alex decided that he wanted to pursue a career that would give him an opportunity to make a difference in his community. As a result, he enrolled at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law after graduating from Auburn.

While in law school, Alex served as the treasurer for the Student Bar Association and was a member of the Board of Advocates trial team. As a member of the trial team, he was named the 2018 First-Year Moot Court Competition champion and the 2019 J. Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition champion.

Alex first joined the firm in April of 2019 as a law clerk where he helped manage cases. After graduating law school in May of 2020, he began working with the firm as an attorney primarily focused on personal injury and general litigation matters. An unwavering advocate for his clients, Alex chose to enter the legal profession, “to fight for those who would otherwise be left to fend for themselves."

  • Education

    • Auburn University - BA - 2017
    • Thomas Goode Jones School of Law - JD - 2020

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys

Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys is known nationwide for providing outstanding legal advice and excellent representation. We have recovered over $700 million in lawsuits involving 18 wheeler trucking litigation, wrongful death litigation, commercial vehicle litigation, motorcycle litigation, catastrophic litigation, and mass torts involving medical devices and bad drug litigation. Our prowess in the legal arena comes from our combined years of trial and complex litigation experience.

We founded our practice on the belief that the 7th amendment and the civil jury system is the best means to provide compensation to injured parties and deter wrongdoers from injuring others in the future.

 

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