COVID-19: Alabama Supreme Court Orders

 ALABAMA SUPREME COURT ISSUES ORDERS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 April 3. 2020 TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FOR JUDICIAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES AND FOR ALABAMA ATTORNEYS WHEN STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS ARE ISSUED April 2, 2020 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO.5  EXTENDING ORDERS AND DEADLINES CONCERNING THE SUSPENSION OF IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS UNTIL APRIL 30, 2020 March 24, 2020  ADMINISTRATIVE… Read More

ADLA COVID-19 Updates

April 3, 2020 ADLA is closely monitoring the COVID-19 developments and will notify members of any association updates as they are available. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris have issued an Order for Alabama residents to stay at home except for “essential activities” effective at 5 p.m. on Saturday.  Click… Read More

Message from ADLA President

April 2, 2020 To: Members of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association From: Christina May Bolin, ADLA President Re: Request for Government to Recognize Legal Services as Essential to Public Welfare Please read the letter sent to the Office of Governor Kay Ivey in anticipation of any action taken to limit commercial activity. Click to Read

Message from ADLA President

April 1, 2020 To: Members of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association From: Christina May Bolin, ADLA President Re: Alabama Judges Now Have Access to Zoom for Video Conference Chief Justice Parker has announced that Alabama Judges now have access to Zoom to start conducting hearings via video conference.  Zoom has a free version that can… Read More

Postponed: Southeastern Women Litigators Conference in Atlanta

We value the health and safety of those who were planning to attend the Southeastern Women Litigators Conference; therefore, in response to the Coronavirus concerns raised by the employers of our speakers and attendees as well as the information issued by the CDC, we are postponing the first Southeastern Women Litigators Conference that was set… Read More

Registration Open for Inaugural 2020 Southeastern Women Litigators Conference

Register today for the inaugural Southeastern Women Litigators Conference to be held on March 26, 2020 in Atlanta.  Women litigators in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee are teaming up to support, educate and advance women civil defense litigators.  Firm sponsorships are available, please visit the SEWL event page for more details.

This year, in committing to ADLA, 900 members strengthened the foundation of the association and became part of the groundwork for our future members to continue advancing and innovating the practice of civil defense litigation. Join or Renew