Our firm is pleased to announce that Parker Miller has become a Shareholder. Parker joined the firm’s Toxic Torts Section as an Associate in 2008. His practice focuses primarily on complex litigation and property owner and business-on-business environmental litigation. He has counseled some of the largest business entities in the Southeast and served as co-counsel to Alabama Governor Robert Bentley in the valuation of the State of Alabama’s BP Oil Spill claims. Parker served as Second Chair to Beasley Allen’s Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee position on the BP Oil Spill litigation, which ultimately reached a landmark uncapped, multi-billion dollar settlement with BP for private claims throughout the Gulf of Mexico. In 2012, Parker was selected by the firm as Toxic Torts Section Lawyer of the Year.
Parker graduated from Auburn University in 2005, earning a B.S. in Business Administration. He obtained his J.D. from Jones School of Law at Faulkner University in 2008. While attending law school, Parker studied international law abroad in conjunction with Tulane University at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. He was recognized as one of the nation’s finest student advocates after receiving the Lewis F. Powell Jr. American College of Trial Lawyers Medal of Excellence in Advocacy.
Parker maintains an active role in various local, state and national legal and non-legal societies. He was selected as an Alabama State Bar Young Lawyer executive committee member, as well as a State of Alabama Young Lawyer Delegate to the American Bar Association. Parker is also a committee member to the Alabama State Bar’s Volunteer Lawyers Program – a program dedicated to providing free legal assistance to those who could otherwise not afford it; a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association’s Grievance Committee; Alabama Association for Justice Emerging Leaders; the American Association for Justice and the Association’s Oil Spill Litigation Taskforce; the American Inns of Court, Hugh Maddox Chapter; and former chairman of the Father Walters Charity Golf Tournament.
Parker is the son of Tommy and Mary Miller of Dayton, Ala. He is married to the former Ashley Brownsberger of Tampa Bay, Fla. We are pleased to have Parker as the newest shareholder at Beasley Allen. He is a very good lawyer and has done excellent work for his clients in the BP litigation.
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