Faculty Spotlight – Evan Rosemore

Evan T. Rosemore is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer who dedicates his practice to improving community safety through the power of the civil jury system. He has extensive experience representing both individuals and closely held businesses in litigation, trials, and appeals in both state and federal court. He specializes in medicolegal litigation and handles […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Judge Barrentine

Judge Joeletta Martin Barrentine is a lifelong resident of Walker County, Alabama and currently serving the 14th Judicial Circuit as Circuit Judge.  She lives in Sumiton with her husband Jeremy and son Jase.  In 2020, Judge Barrentine became the first female elected judge in the 198-year history of Walker County. Prior to serving on the […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Grace Simms

Grace L. Simms received her MLS from the University of Alabama. She is the Information Technology Librarian for Beeson Law Library at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University where she is responsible for managing and coordinating all the library computer resources and services as well as maintaining the law library’s website. She helps law […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Tim Steele

Tim Steele is an Alabama  licensed attorney practicing law in the areas of Trust and Estates, Small Business, Property, and Probate.  He teaches Legal Research and Writing, which he dearly loves as he gets to work with first year law students and help focus their legal thought and expression.  He also “daylights” with Southern Nuclear […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Emily Young

Emily J. Young has a passion for providing seniors, individuals with special needs, and their families with quality legal services and personalized care.  She was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama and is an alumnus of Grissom High School (2000) and Auburn University (2003). After graduating cum laude from the Birmingham School of Law in […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Robert Keller

Robert Keller teaches Legal Writing and Research and Legal Methods at Birmingham School of Law and has been here since 2019.  Teaching runs in his family, with his maternal grandfather, mother, and sister all being teachers.  He attended The University of Alabama for his undergraduate degree in English and for his J.D.  In his spare […]

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Faculty Spotlight – John Robbins

John Robbins has been a practicing criminal defense attorney since 1987 and owns his own law firm. “Each day, I provide effective representation to clients whether they have a traffic ticket or are charged with capital murder,” he says. Robbins graduated from Cumberland Law School in Birmingham and has been teaching at Birmingham School of […]

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Faculty Spotlight – Jacquelyn Wesson

Birmingham School of Law alumna Jacquelyn Wesson has been teaching at Birmingham School of Law since 2005. Former Dean Ginger Tomlin encouraged her to give teaching a try. “I could not be more appreciative of her having this confidence in me. Teaching law has been remarkably rewarding,” Wesson says. Wesson is continuously amazed at the […]

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Michael Chambers

Michael Chambers has been a professor at Birmingham School of Law for more than 20 years and teaches classes on Constitutional Law and Corporations. His practice, the Law Offices of Michael L. Chambers, P.C., focuses on commercial law in the Jefferson/Shelby County area. An alumnus of Birmingham School of Law, Chambers enjoys his students and […]

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Faculty Spotlight | Wendell Sheffield

Wendell Sheffield has enjoyed teaching at Birmingham School of Law for more than 12 years. During his tenure, he has taught Criminal Law, Mediation, and Criminal Procedure. He currently teaches Criminal Procedure and also serves by teaching continuing education courses across the state of Alabama. Sheffield earned his J.D. degree from Cumberland School of Law […]

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