The Thomas Goode Jones School of Law at Faulkner University has announced its graduating class of 2003-2004.
Montgomery attorney Greg Allen delivered the commencement address to the 28 students who were honored in exercises held last week in the Rotunda Auditorium on the campus of Faulkner University.
Allen received his BBA at West Georgia College in 1976, and earned his Juris Doctor from Jones in 1983. He is a senior partner at the law firm of Beasley Allen Crow Methvin Portis and Miles, PC, which specializes in complex product liability cases. He serves on the Board of Governors and the Executive Committee of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association. He is editor of the Alabama Trial Lawyer’s Journal, and has been President of the Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association.
Wendell Mitchell, Dean Emeritus, was honored with an honorary Doctor of Law degree by President Billy D. Hilyer and the Board of Trustees of Faulkner University for his years of service to Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, and the state of Alabama.
Graduates from Montgomery were: Joshua Patrick Hayes; Harry Anthony Drasutis; Joi Tatum Montiel (Magna Cum Laude); David Craig Allred; Ashley Lee Billingsley; Martin Richmond Pearson (Advocacy Award Winner); Jeffrey Grant Ranier; Bryan Daniel Smith; Leslie Dawn Hall Worrell.