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Birmingham Estates and Trusts Lawyer
Brad is a member of Johnston Barton's Business & Tax Practice Group. His practice focuses on corporate representation, intellectual property, and estate planning. Brad enjoys serving and working alongside individuals and business representatives to effectively and efficiently accomplish their legal needs.
Brad joined the firm in 2006 after graduating from Vanderbilt University Law School. When not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife, playing any sport, traveling, and reading.
About Brad S. Anderson
Current Employment Position(s)
- Estates and Trusts
- Intellectual Property
- Intellectual Property & Technology
- Real Estate Development and Finance
- Wealth Transfer Planning (Domestic)
- Alabama, 2006
- American Bar Association
- Alabama State Bar
- Birmingham Bar Association
- Alabama Center for Law and Civic Education
- Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, Tennessee, 2006
Honors: Co-President, Christian Legal Society
Honors: Outstanding Clinical Student Award
- Indiana University, 2002
Honors: cum laude
Honors: IBM Watson Scholarship
Major: Business Administration
- Kelley School of Business
Honors: Keeling Merit Award
1819 Fifth Avenue NorthSuite 1000 Birmingham, AL 35203
- (205) 297-2201
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