Beasley Allen celebrates 40 with city’s longest ribbon-cutting

Beasley Allen Law Firm celebrated its 40th Anniversary today by holding the city’s longest ribbon-cutting. The firm was founded Jan. 7, 1979 by former Lieutenant Governor Jere L. Beasley after leaving politics. The anniversary party gathered firm lawyers and employees, along with Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange, County Commission Chairman Elton Dean, and representatives from the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and the community. Addressing the gathering, Mr. Beasley said he considers the firm’s success a blessing from God, allowing it to accomplish its mission of “helping those who need it most.” He pledged to continue that mission into the next 40 years and beyond, hoping to improve the lives of individuals and better the community.

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