Mr. Toler comes to Lanier Ford after completing a judicial clerkship with a U.S. district judge.
The Alabama Council of School Board Attorneys is an affiliate of the Alabama Association of School Boards.
Bert Moore participated by writing a blog post for the Planned Giving Blog of the Huntsville Hospital Foundation.
Scott Arnston and Paul Seeley received the highest overall peer-feedback.
Four Lanier Ford attorneys have been included on the Best Lawyers Ones-to-Watch list.
The 16 lawyers were selected for inclusion based on feedback from their peers.
He will serve on the Amicus Curiae Committee of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association.
The brief was filed on behalf of 12 Alabama school districts in the appeal of decision by the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals involving student use of social media.
During the Annual Labor and Acquisition Law Symposia, Lauren Smith addressed employment issues, and Ambria Lankford discussed legal ethics.
SuperLaweyrs.com also named six attorneys as Rising Stars.
"You Tweeted What? Navigating First Amendment Concerns in the Public School Setting" appears in the November 2020 edition of The Alabama Lawyer.
The Lanier Ford law firm is the 2020 Winner, Better Business Bureau North Alabama’s Torch Award for Ethics (mid-sized company).
The firm appears on a list compiled by Best Lawyers and published in U.S. News & World Report.
Mr. Pape was a panelist in a virtual seminar about inclusion policies and practices to advance racial and educational justice.
The presentation for the North Alabama Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Managment was presented on October 29.