Temp Temple came to work at the firm in May of 2012 as a Communications Intern in the website development department. Temp had been attending Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., majoring in public relations and communications. After finishing his summer internship, Temp was given the opportunity to stay with the firm on a full-time basis. He decided to stay in Montgomery, rather than return to Belmont, and he transferred to Huntingdon College. Temp continues his studies there at night while working full-time with the firm.
Temp has been a good addition to the firm. His position in the Web Department has included writing marketing letters and news stories for the firm’s various websites, including BeasleyAllen.com and RightingInjustice.com; uploading the articles to the Report’s website, JereBeasleyReport.com; helping with news conferences and the firm’s annual legal conference and expo; tracking the firm’s media coverage; and maintaining the firm’s YouTube account.
Temp was born and raised in Montgomery, graduating from Trinity Presbyterian School in 2010, where he spent 13 years learning. He is now completing his undergraduate degree with Huntingdon College’s Adult Degree Completion Program during the evening. In his free time, he enjoys kickboxing at Metamorphosis Personal Training Studio, spending time with his Afghan Hound, Artemis (Art), and learning more about different languages and cultures.
Temp is a very good employee who works hard, wants to learn and get even better at what he does. He also wants to become more diversified. Temp does very good work in areas of importance to the firm. We are very glad to have Temp with us.
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