Beasley Allen Law Firm, Montgomery, AL

Sydney Everett

Montgomery, AL

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Medical Devices & Medication Lawyer Sydney Everett

About Sydney

Sydney Everett joined Beasley Allen in 2018 and was named principal in 2023. She previously worked for Beasley Allen as a summer clerk in the Mass Torts section while in law school. She focuses her practice on product liability and personal injury cases.

Sydney is a first-generation attorney. Her decision to practice law came from her desire to help people.

“Helping people is inherent to who I am. While I couldn’t envision myself working in healthcare, I’ve come to realize that there are numerous other ways to make a positive impact in people’s lives. Being a lawyer is one of those avenues.”

In her role, Sydney collaborates closely with her team to develop strong cases for clients and advocates for them throughout the litigation process. She is currently working on the JUUL settlement and the Social Media litigation, representing individuals who have been harmed by the major social media platforms. 

“At Beasley Allen, the culture is built on a foundation of warmth and support. The company’s founder, Mr. Beasley, has instilled a culture that values faith and family above all else and this approach empowers us to serve our clients better. It’s a privilege to work for a company that not only cares about its employees but also prioritizes the needs of its clients.”

Sydney is originally from Montgomery, Alabama, and now lives in Birmingham, Alabama. She attends the Church of the Highlands. 


Sydney obtained her Juris Doctorate from Samford University Cumberland School of Law in May 2018. While at Cumberland, she received a Merit Scholarship, was a Scholar of Merit for product liability, and was a member of the Christian Legal Society. 

Before that, she earned her undergraduate degree in Communication and Information Sciences with a minor in Spanish from the University of Alabama in May 2015. Sydney received the Presidential Scholarship and was actively involved in the Honors College and the Sustained Dialogue Program. 

Sydney has held various leadership positions in organizations such as Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, The Alabama Panhellenic Association Executive Board, and the Public Relations Council of Alabama.

  • Alabama (2018)
  • Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (J.D., 2018)
  • University of Alabama (B.A., May 2015)
2012 – Current


Representing clients in courtrooms around the U.S. including state and federal courts.

Professional Associations 

Sydney is an active member of the Alabama State Bar, where she participates in the Young Lawyers’ and Women’s Sections. She is also a member of the Birmingham Bar Association (BBA) and was chosen for the BBA Future Leaders Forum Class 14, which helps young lawyers prepare to become leaders in the Birmingham community and the Bar. 

Additionally, she serves on the BBA Connections Committee and co-chairs the Social Committee. In this role, she assists with planning events that connect lawyers and the Birmingham community. Sydney is also an active member of the BBA Young Lawyers Executive Committee and the BBA Women’s Section.

Notable Cases


Sydney played a crucial role in a historic case against Altria Group Inc., an investor in JUUL. Her contributions were vital in securing a settlement of $235 million in May 2023, which was a significant win in the fight against the youth vaping crisis. She was part of the team that filed one of the first lawsuits against JUUL, alleging that the company intentionally created a device to hook a new generation on nicotine and targeted young people with aggressive advertising campaigns. 

The enormous class-action case aimed to protect and assist children, teenagers, young adults, parents, schools, and health departments. It consisted of 8,500 personal injury cases and over 1,400 government entity cases.

Social Media

Sydney’s team is currently focused on litigation related to the harmful impact of social media platforms on youth. The team represents school systems and individuals nationwide in lawsuits against some of the biggest social media giants, such as Meta (Facebook and Instagram), TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube. 

These lawsuits revolve around the allegation that these social media platforms have failed to adequately protect young individuals from harmful content, such as online bullying, harassment, and inappropriate content. The team is working tirelessly to ensure that these platforms are held accountable for their actions and that appropriate measures are put in place to protect the well-being of young individuals online.

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