Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. is pleased to announce that Clay Barnett has become an associate with the firm.

Clay is the newest member of the firms’ Consumer Fraud section. He will focus on Average Wholesale Pricing (AWP) litigation brought by the State of Alabama against the 73 influential pharmaceutical companies.

Clay attended the University of Alabama, earning his B.S. in marketing in 1997 and his Juris Doctor from the university’s School of Law in 2001. After graduating, Clay clerked for Mobile County Circuit Judge James C. Wood. Prior to joining the firm, Clay served as an assistant attorney general, prosecuting under both Bill Pryor and Troy King. Clay is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Hugh Maddox Inn of Court and Montgomery County Bar Association.

Clay has served his community by couching local high school mock trial teams to compete in the statewide YMCA Mock Trial Competition. In 2006, Clay coached Alabama’s state team and traveled with them to the National High School Mock Trial Competition in Oklahoma City. Clay’s interest includes golf, tennis and antique boat restoration. He is a member of St. Johns Episcopal Church in Montgomery.

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