LaSheryl Dotch joined Beasley Allen Law Firm as a law clerk in August 2016. She now works as Of Counsel in the firm’s Mass Torts Section handling Invokana litigation.
LaSheryl is a member of the Alabama Lawyers Association, the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section and the Alabama State Bar Women’s Section.
LaSheryl received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Auburn University in 2011. Immediately following her undergraduate career, LaSheryl interned on Capitol Hill with former Representative Jo Bonner of Alabama District 1, piquing her interest in a legal career. She received her Juris Doctor from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2015. She also received her Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Trial Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution from Jones the same year.
While in law school, she was the 2013 recipient of the summer internship with the Alabama Lawyers Association and a BARBRI Bar Review student sales representative. She also clerked for Stone, Granade & Crosby P.C., the Alabama Attorney General’s Office Criminal Trials Division, the Honorable Calvin L. Williams of the 15th Judicial Circuit, the Honorable Lyn Stuart of the Alabama Supreme Court, the Honorable Truman M. Hobbs Jr. of the 15th Judicial Circuit and the Honorable Greg Griffin of the 15th Judicial Circuit in Montgomery, Alabama, before joining Beasley Allen’s Toxic Torts Section as a clerk while finishing her studies and sitting for the Bar.
In addition, she served as the chapter advocacy specialist for the Ernestine S. Sapp Chapter of the National Black Law Student Association from 2014 to 2015 and as an active member of the Jones Public Interest Law Foundation each year. She has been an Alabama Notary of Public at Large since May 2014.
LaSheryl is a member of New Light Missionary Baptist Church and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.