Alyce Robertson joined the firm in August of 2006. She is currently working on several environmental cases involving issues such as leaking Underground Storage Tanks (USTs), and contamination from facilities emitting substances such as mercury and fly ash. Alyce also helped to obtain class certification and settlement approval in a significant case involving property contamination in Birmingham, Alabama.
Before coming to the firm, Alyce had most recently worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Alabama Attorney General’s Office. While there, over a period of seven years, she handled civil litigation involving state agencies and employees. Her trial practice included civil rights, personal injury and constitutional litigation on behalf of the state. She also practiced administrative law and served as counsel for state licensing boards.
Alyce graduated from Birmingham Southern College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history/political science. In 1995, she graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law. While at Alabama, Alyce served as Student Works Editor for the Law and Psychology Review. Alyce was also a member of the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society while in law school.
Currently, Alyce is serving as the Director of Education and Training for the Junior League of Montgomery and is a Barrister in the Hugh Maddox Inns of Court. She is also a member of the Board of Managers of the Downtown YMCA. Alyce attends Immanuel Presbyterian Church, where she is an elder and PYC leader. Alyce is a very hard worker in a most challenging field of law. She does excellent work, is a tremendous asset to the firm, and we are fortunate to have her with us.
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