Huntsville

Bradley’s office in Huntsville, Alabama, opened in 1985 as the law firm’s first location outside our original home in Birmingham. Attorneys in the Huntsville office uphold the firm’s reputation for outstanding legal results, exceptional client service, and a commitment to the highest levels of ethics in our law practice. Bradley offers a full suite of legal solutions for businesses, and the Huntsville office is especially well-known for its intellectual property, life sciences, corporate, tax, construction, government contracts, class actions, and complex litigation practices.

Like the entire Bradley law firm, the Huntsville office makes it a priority to support the community. Our firm and attorneys contribute regularly to the Huntsville Museum of Art, Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program, Downtown Rescue Mission homeless shelter, Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama, and other civic and charitable organizations.

Our Huntsville office and its attorneys have been recognized for their legal work with numerous accolades in recent years:

  • The firm earned a number of top rankings in Chambers USA–Alabama in 2017, including Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/Commercial, Healthcare, Labor & Employment, Commercial Litigation, and Real Estate. Chambers also ranked Kevin C. Gray (Bankruptcy/Restructuring) and H. Harold Stephens (Litigation: Medical Malpractice Defense) as among the leading lawyers for business in Alabama.
  • There are seven patent attorneys in the Huntsville office, and the firm has been recognized as a “Top Patent Firm” and “Top Trademark Firm” by Intellectual Property Today magazine multiple times.
  • Two of our Huntsville partners were named "Lawyers of the Year" by The Best Lawyers in America® for 2018. Warne S. Heath was named "Lawyer of the Year" for Employment Law–Management, and H. Harold Stephens was named "Lawyer of the Year" for Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants. 
  • An additional 14 Bradley attorneys in Huntsville were recognized in their practice areas by The Best Lawyers in America® for 2018.

Huntsville partner Kimberly B. Martin serves on the board of the Appleseed Center for Law and Justice, an organization that works for policy reforms aimed at justice and fairness for low-income, unrepresented, and other vulnerable populations.

Attorneys David Mixon, Scott Burnett Smith, Angela Holt, and Tim Cummins won the title of Huntsville’s “Brightest Company” for the second consecutive year in the 2015 Alabama’s Brightest Company Charitable Trivia Competition, hosted by Impact Alabama. The attorneys accepted $10,000 for the Huntsville office’s chosen charity, the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program.

Google Maps 

From I-65 (Birmingham/Nashville)
Take Exit 340 onto I-565, traveling east toward Huntsville. Travel approximately 15 miles (past Huntsville International Airport and U.S. Space & Rocket Center), and take Exit 19C (Washington and Jefferson Streets Exit). Turn right (south) onto Jefferson Street. At the first traffic signal, turn right onto Monroe Street. Follow Monroe Street two blocks to the next traffic signal (at Church Street). Turn left onto Church Street. Follow Church Street to the next traffic signal (at Holmes Avenue) and stay on Church Street through intersection. Bradley is in the Regions Building (an 11-story tower) on the left, at the corner of Church Street and Clinton Avenue West. The driveway to the parking deck is on the left before Clinton Avenue intersection (pull into the parking deck and stop by the receptionist’s desk to pick up a token for free parking).

From Huntsville International Airport
Exit the airport onto I-565 eastbound (to Huntsville). After approximately 12 miles (past U. S. Space & Rocket Center), take Exit 19C (Washington and Jefferson Streets Exit). Then follow the directions above from Exit 19C.

From Decatur, Alabama
Take U.S. Highway 72 East to I-565 eastbound (Huntsville). Then follow the directions above from the point of entering I-565.

From Guntersville, Alabama
Take U.S. Highway 431 north to Huntsville (U.S. Highway 431 becomes Governors Drive in Huntsville). Continue on Highway 431 (Governors Drive) past Huntsville Hospital East and the Huntsville Hospital main facility, which is at the corner of Madison Street and Governors Drive. Turn right onto Gallatin Street and continue to the fourth traffic signal (at Church Street) (Gallatin Street becomes Church Street at the Williams Street intersection). Stay on Church Street through intersection. Bradley is in the Regions Building (an 11-story tower) on the far right corner. The driveway to the parking deck is on the right past the intersection (pull into the parking deck and stop by the receptionist’s desk to pick up a token for free parking).

From U. S. 72 westbound (Scottsboro/Chattanooga)
Take U.S. 72 from Scottsboro to I-565. Take I-565 to Exit 19C (Washington and Jefferson Streets exit). Turn right (south) onto Jefferson Street. At the first traffic signal, turn right onto Monroe Street. Follow Monroe Street two blocks to the next traffic signal (at Church Street). Turn left onto Church Street. Follow Church Street to the next traffic signal (at Holmes Avenue) and continue on Church Street through intersection. Bradley is in the Regions Building (an 11-story tower) on the left, at the corner of Church Street and Clinton Avenue West. The driveway to the parking deck is on the left before the Clinton Avenue intersection (pull into the parking deck and stop by the receptionist’s desk to pick up a token for free parking).