Sydney Everett is a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Mass Torts Section, where she previously worked as a law clerk. Sydney’s practice is largely focused on litigation surrounding the blood thinner Xarelto. Prior to joining Beasley Allen, Sydney worked throughout law school for a Vestavia Hills, Alabama, law firm practicing primarily corporate law and estate planning.
Sydney is a member of the Alabama State Bar and its Women’s Section, the Birmingham Bar Association and the organization’s Young Lawyers section.
A graduate of Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Sydney earned her Juris Doctorate in May 2018. While at Cumberland, she was a Merit Scholarship recipient, a Scholar of Merit for Products Liability, and a member of the Christian Legal Society. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama in May 2015 with a B.A. in Communication and Information Sciences and a minor in Spanish. Sydney was a Presidential Scholarship Recipient, active in the Honors College and the Sustained Dialogue Program. She served in various leadership roles in organizations such as Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, The Alabama Panhellenic Association Executive Board, and the Public Relations Council of Alabama.
Sydney volunteers with the Lakeshore Foundation in Birmingham, Alabama, which serves and advocates for people with disabilities and is a training site for the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic teams. Its mission is to enable people with physical disability and chronic health conditions to lead healthy, active, and independent lifestyles through physical activity, sport, recreation, advocacy, policy and research.
The Montgomery, Alabama, native currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama, where she is an active member of Church of the Highlands.