The Alabama Trial Lawyers Association recently installed a slate of new officers at its annual conference.

Tri-county residents who became officers include: President-elect Thomas Edwards of Wetumpka and Treasurer Gibson Vance of Montgomery.

Edwards, 46, will serve as the association’s president next June. He practices law in Wetumpka with his wife, Regina, in the law firm of Edwards and Edwards. He received his law degree from Jones School of Law and subsequently received a master of divinity degree from the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He is a past president of the Wetumpka Chamber of Commerce.

Vance, 39, is a member of the firm of Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., in Montgomery. A graduate of Jones Law School, Vance helped form the school’s Future Trial Lawyer Association and served as president of the school’s student bar association. He served as president of the Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association in 2002 and is currently secretary-treasurer of the Montgomery County Bar Association.

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