Keith advises individuals and business clients on a variety of legal issues including: technical start-ups, contract disputes, litigation, and intellectual property.
Keith clerked for an insurance defense firm for three years while attending law school full time. He then practiced as an insurance defense attorney for a year before deciding to move into practice with Chris and Alan.
Keith is the founder and editor-in-chief of Associate’s Mind, one of the most popular legal blogs in the US. Associate’s Mind has been linked to by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Above the Law, ABA Journal, dozens of blogs and websites, and has been featured as an Editor’s Pick at the Browser. It is frequently featured in the national newsletter, Technolawyer, and many of its articles were syndicated to LexisNexis. Associate’s Mind was selected as one of the “Blawg 100″ by the ABA Journal for 2011. Keith also writes a weekly column for Above The Law.
Keith is the author of The Marble and the Sculptor: From Law School to Law Practice, published by the American Bar Association. He is currently working on another book that will be published in 2016.
Keith was also selected to serve on the Editorial Board of the ABA Young Lawyers Division magazine, The Young Lawyer for the 2013-2014 session. He is currently serving as an advisor to ABA YLD Assembly Speaker resolutions team. He is also on the advisory council of IAALS’ Foundations For Practice initiative.
In 2016, Keith was selected to be the co-chair of the Birmingham Bar Association’s Transitions Committee.
Keith lives with his wife, Charlene, and his son, Aidan, in Cahaba Heights.
- J.D., Birmingham School of Law, 2010
- B.S., History / Political Science, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2001
- Helping Businesses
- Commercial Litigation
- Contract Negotiation
- Copyright & Trademark
- Appellate Litigation
Memberships & Bar Associations:
- American Bar Association
- American Bar Association: Young Lawyers Division
- Alabama State Bar Association
- Birmingham Bar Association