Marion Brummal is a lawyer in the firm’s Toxic Torts Section, where he handles Camp Lejeune-related claims.
The Montgomery, Alabama, native is the proud son of Edward and Kay Brummal. Edward works in Montgomery, Alabama, as an architect, while Kay is a staffer at the Alabama State House and photographer. Marion has two older brothers.
Marion graduated from Loveless Academic Magnet Program (LAMP) High School in Montgomery and became an Eagle Scout. He and his pointer, Scout, enjoy hiking and camping together. Marion is also an avid gardener.
Marion is a member of the Alabama State Bar. He also volunteers with the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program (MVLP).
Marion graduated with a B.S. degree in economics from Birmingham-Southern College, where he was a member of the international economics honor society Omicron Delta Epsilon.
After completing his undergraduate education, Marion earned his Juris Doctor from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2020. He then graduated with his Master of Law Letters in Environmental Law and Policy from Florida State University College of Law in 2021.
During law school, Marion won the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in legal research and writing. Further, he earned a graduate diploma in Comparative Law and a graduate certificate in Energy Law and Policy. He also held a judicial externship with the Honorable Shelly D. Dick, Chief Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana.