Beasley Allen Law Firm Supports Montgomery Causes

Pictured from L to R: Ashlee Hooper, Montgomery Christian School (MCS) development director; Judy Kyser, MCS board member; Kendall Dunson Beasley Allen Law Firm principal and Beth Dubina, MCS board member and a pair of MCS students.

Montgomery-based law firm Beasley Allen has donated a total of $320,000 to seven community organizations that provide essentials like food and shelter, that work with children and youth and that provide legal aid.

“Throughout this year, not only has the firm safely remained running with full staff, some working remotely, it has also continued financial contributions and sponsorships during a time where so many organizations are forced to cancel events,” the firm said in a press release.

“We are blessed to be in a position to help such magnificent groups in our communities,” said Beasley Allen Managing Attorney Tom Methvin. “We are fortunate to have weathered the turbulence of 2020 and we remain committed to sharing the blessings our firm has been fortunate enough to receive.”

Over the past month, the firm has presented gifts to Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Children’s Hope, Legal Services Alabama, Valiant Cross, Montgomery Christian School, New Walk of Life Church and Center for Auto Safety.

Beasley Allen, with offices in Atlanta as well as Montgomery, has more than 80 attorneys and 200 support staff. It is among the largest plaintiff law firms in the country, with verdicts and settlements totaling more than $27 billion.

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