Carlton Sims, who joined the firm last August, is a law clerk to Parker Miller in the Toxic Torts section. Carlton currently is working in the BP oil litigation, including claims filed with the Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF) claims process. Carlton received his BA in Economics at the University of the South in Tennessee and his MBA at the University of Alabama. He also received his Juris Doctorate last month from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. At Jones Carlton served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Faulkner Law Review.
As a lifelong resident of Montgomery, Carlton worked for Sims Corporation, his family’s architectural signage & lighting business for 22 years until it was sold in 2007. Carlton has a 17-year-old son, Carlton III, who is a rising senior at American Christian Academy in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Carlton III, at 6’ 5”, is a varsity basketball player for ACA and also plays in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) league. Since January, Carlton has been a volunteer mediator for District Court civil and small claims for the Montgomery County District Court Mediation Project. Carlton plans to sit for the Alabama Bar Exam in July. Carlton is a very good employee and we are fortunate to have him with us.
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