Beverlye Brady, Esquire, was appointed by Lt. Governor Kay Ivey and confirmed by the Alabama
Senate on March 9, 2017, to serve on the Alabama Ethics Commission effective immediately
serving a term that began on September 1, 2016 and ends on August 31, 2021.
Ms. Brady, a Lee County native, has more than thirty years’ experience practicing law in Lee
County, Alabama, including litigation and appeals, in civil, criminal and domestic relations.
Although she practices predominantly in all Courts in Lee County and surrounding counties, her
practice takes her throughout Alabama.
- 1982 graduate of Auburn University, cum laude.
- 1986 graduate of Cumberland School of Law, cum laude.
- Admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts
- Member and former President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer Lee County Bar
- Member of the Alabama Bar Association and American Bar Association.
- Member of Alabama State Bar Family Law Section (elected Board Member-at-Large)
- Mediator (40 hours Domestic Relations training, Domestic Violence training, & Advanced
Mediation training 2015)
- Founding member of the Lee County Indigent Defense Commission
- Member, Order of the Coif, Legal Honorary Society
- Sponsor and Presenter of CLE at Lee County Bar Association meetings
- Multiple Presenter at Divorce on the Beach – Alabama State Bar – Family Law Section
Civic, Political and Charitable Actvities
- Auburn University Women’s Philanthropy Board, Former Member, Benefactor & former
Co-Chair of Corporate Partner Committee
- Auburn Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, 1999-2001
- Former Chairman and present member of Lee County Republican Executive Committee
- Former President of the Lee County Republican Club
- Former President of Kiwanis Club of Lee County
- Lee County Heart Association and Heart Guild Executive Committee
- Lee County American Cancer Society, former member, Board of Directors
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