MONTGOMERY, ALA. (April 4, 2012) – Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. Shareholder W. Daniel “Dee” Miles is currently serving as Chairman of the Advisory Board for Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. He was named Chair-Elect last spring.

As Chair, he will work hand-in-hand with the Dean, Judge John Carroll, on issues involving the law school’s continued excellence, stellar reputation, vision, accreditation, general operations, faculty, students, alumni affairs, the many Bar Associations and other assorted issues related to the law school.

“It’s a tremendous honor to be elected by other board members to help lead the law school into the future,” Miles said.

Miles, a 1989 graduate of Cumberland, joined Beasley Allen in 1991 and has not only been a pioneer of consumer fraud and commercial litigation nationwide, he has demonstrated great leadership resulting in the firm’s numerous record-setting verdicts for clients in many areas of law. In addition to representing clients in litigation, he manages the entire Consumer Fraud / Commercial Litigation Section of the firm. He is involved in every case being litigated in this section and on a national level.

Cumberland School of Law, founded in 1847 as part of Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, was acquired by Howard College, now Samford University, in 1961. The Law School is accredited by the American Bar Association and is a member of the Association of American Law Schools. The school has alumni living and working in more than 46 states and a number of foreign countries.

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