- Alabama (2021)
- Samford University Cumberland School of Law (J.D., 2020)
- Athens State University (B.A., 2017)
- Alabama State Bar
- JH Outback of America (Volunteer Team Leader)
Harrison Wagner is a lawyer in the Beasley Allen Toxic Torts Section, where he works on cases involved in the Roundup, Paraquat and Opioid litigations. Before joining the firm, Harrison was a law clerk and a summer associate for other law firms across the State. He also clerked for Judge Brendette Brown-Green of the 10th Judicial Circuit and Judge Claude E. Hundley, III of the 23rd Judicial Circuit.
Harrison is a Huntsville, Alabama, native, where he grew up playing ice hockey, baseball, basketball, and football. He loves jam bands, college sports, and the Atlanta Braves. Since 2006, Harrison has served as a volunteer team leader for JH Outback of America. His dad remains in Huntsville, and his younger brother lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where he works for a venture capital firm.
Harrison received a United Methodist Scholarship to attend Birmingham Southern College, where he studied business administration. While at BSC, he was a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Harrison later obtained a B.A. in Business Management from Athens State University. He received his J.D. from Samford University Cumberland School of Law, where he served as an Honor Court Justice and was a pupil on the Judge James Erwin Inn of Court. Harrison competed in many trial competitions, including the Parham H. Williams Trial Competition, in which he advanced to the Final Four, the Haley Federal Trial Competition, and an arbitration competition, in which he came in 2nd Place.
Harrison is a member of the Alabama State Bar.