Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that Anne Marie Seibel, a partner and litigation attorney in the firm’s Birmingham office, has been appointed co-chair of The Woman Advocate Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Litigation for the third consecutive year. Her 2012-2013 term begins in August.
Seibel’s reappointment recognizes her achievements as one of the nation’s leading litigators as well as her many years of work for the Section of Litigation and Woman Advocate Committee. Over the last seven years, Seibel has served on the committee’s membership and mentoring subcommittees and authored a chapter in a book published by the committee. As co-chair, Seibel will continue to provide thought leadership as well as help to further the strategic plan of the committee, whose mission is to help shape policy and advocate for change on issues affecting women lawyers.
“Anne Marie is an accomplished and highly skilled litigator who continues to set an example as an attorney committed not only to her representing her clients at a high level, but also to serving her profession,” said firm Chairman Beau Grenier. “We congratulate Anne Marie and acknowledge the trust that the ABA has placed in her through this reappointment.”
Seibel’s practice involves various forms of complex litigation including business torts and competitive practices, pharmaceutical, and challenges to arbitration awards. She recently was named to the Birmingham Business Journal Top 40 Under 40, which honors the top young professionals in the Birmingham area. In 2011, she as was named an Alabama Rising Star by Super Lawyers, an honor that recognizes the state’s up-and-coming attorneys. Seibel earned her J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and has a B.A., with high distinction, from the University of Virginia. She also has Fellowship from Bonn University.