Alabama has 67 Discrimination Attorneys with 68 Reviews
5.0 stars 17 reviewsAvvo Rating: 10Discrimination Lawyer LicensedHIGHEST RATED "AV" Preeminent Attorney, America's Top One Percent, America's Top 100 High Stakes Litigators, Top 3 Consumer Protection Lawyers by and multiple years recognition among Birmingham's Top Attorneys by Birmingham Magazine ASK ALLAN NOW... Open for businessOpen for business
Attorneys that have confirmed to Avvo that they are open during this time are marked "Open for business" on their profile. We recommend that you contact the attorney directly to determine hours and availability.I have represented both employees and employers in every type of discrimination or harassment case including religion, race, gender, gender identity, disability, age and pregnancy. I want to let you know if you have a strong case and provide stro...Read morePractice area50% Discrimination, 35% Contracts and agreements, 15% Employment and laborCostLicenseAL, Active since 1993
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Attorneys that have confirmed to Avvo that they are available for a phone or video consultation have "Virtual Consultation" on their profile. We recommend that you contact the attorney directly to determine hours and availability.Read morePractice area25% Discrimination, 30% Employment and labor, 25% Personal injury, and more.CostLicenseAL, Active since 1982
- Opened in 2002, Heather Leonard PC is a full service law practice concentrating on litigation and mediation of all employment law matters. Consistently recognized as one of the top employment lawyers in Alabama, Heather Leonard has been handling...
5.0 stars 5 reviewsAvvo Rating: 9.6Discrimination Lawyer LicensedReview: “I cannot say more than great things about Allen. I was having trouble with my previous lawyer when my case first started last year. My previous lawyer ended up dropping me without reasoning behind it and that's when I... 5.0 stars 11 reviewsAvvo Rating: 9.3Discrimination Lawyer LicensedI have practiced law since June of 1988. I have been happily married for over twenty years to my lovely and understanding wife. We have a remarkable son who is in college and is the light of our lives. I have been a Boy Scout leader and have be... 5.0 stars 1 reviewAvvo Rating: 8.3Discrimination Lawyer LicensedReview: “Mr. Haynes is working on an ADA case for me. Unlike other lawyers that may fill your head with promises that may never come, Mr. Haynes is nothing of the sort. He is honest, upfront, kind, and diligent. He told me wh... 5.0 stars 3 reviewsAvvo Rating: 10Discrimination Lawyer LicensedGina Coggin was looking for a “get out of jail free” card when she decided to become a lawyer. Coggin was home from college and “in trouble with my parents”. So she decided to go downstairs to her father John Coggin’s study, read his law books and... 5.0 stars 8 reviewsAvvo Rating: 9.1Discrimination Lawyer LicensedI am an employment law attorney who has passionately protected the rights of workers throughout central and northern Alabama for more than 30 years. I help workers fight back against discrimination, retaliation, harassment and wrongful termination... 5.0 stars 2 reviewsAvvo Rating: 10Discrimination Lawyer LicensedSusan Nettles Han is a litigator with years of experience in both federal and state courts. Since 2006, she has practiced civil litigation, with a focus in the areas of employment law and real property litigation. She believes that it is incredibl...
- I am a civil rights lawyer. It is what I do and who I am. I go to court to fight for victims of jail medical neglect, police misconduct, and employment discrimination and harassment. I am a trial lawyer and proud to call myself one.
1.0 star 3 reviewsAvvo Rating: 6.4Discrimination Lawyer LicensedAshley understands personally the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and their families. A Birmingham native, she attended public K-12 schools and pursued higher education. Ashley fought for her rights to learn and socialize in the ...