Bradley Partner George Parker Selected as Alabama Law Foundation Fellow

Firm News, Accolade

Bradley is pleased to announce that George R. Parker, a partner in the firm’s Montgomery office, has been selected for membership as a Fellow of the Alabama Law Foundation.

“We are very proud of George’s achievements throughout his distinguished law career and we congratulate him on his selection as an Alabama Law Foundation Fellow,” said Bradley Montgomery Office Managing Partner Bobby Poundstone.

The Alabama Law Foundation Fellows Program honors lawyers who have been members of the state bar for at least 10 years and who have demonstrated outstanding dedication to their profession and to the community. No more than 1 percent of Alabama Bar members are invited into fellowship.

A member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Parker focuses his practice on pharmaceutical and medical device, product liability, mass tort and class action matters. His general commercial litigation experience includes representing commercial real estate corporations, trucking companies, bus lines, insurance companies and their insureds, as well as financial and credit institutions in matters involving credit card fraud, credit reporting and mortgage-related issues. He has also spent significant time representing individuals and entities on a pro bono basis.

Mr. Parker is a member of the Alabama State Bar Board of Bar Commissioners for the 15th Circuit (Montgomery) as well as its Executive Committee. He previously served as president of both the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section and the Montgomery County Young Lawyers Section. He is also a graduate of the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum and has been an active member of its Alumni Section.

Affiliated with the Alabama State Bar, the Alabama Law Foundation provides access to justice for all and respect for and understanding of the law. The charitable, tax-exempt organization makes annual grants to organizations that provide free legal aid to the poor in civil cases, for projects that improve the administration of justice and for law-related education.