Two Burr Attorneys Elected to Serve on Executive Committee for Young Lawyers Section of Birmingham Bar Association

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Burr & Forman announces that two Birmingham-based attorneys have been re-elected to serve on the Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of the Birmingham Bar Association Executive Board for 2018. Partner, Megan Stephens, and Associate, Al Teel were both voted to serve on the executive committee by fellow YLS members. Stephens has served on the executive committee since 2015 while this will be Teel's second term on the executive committee.

The YLS is for members who are 36 years old or younger, or members who have been practice for 5 years or less. The Section hosts CLEs, fundraisers, and many other events for the benefit of newer members of the legal profession.

At Burr, Stephens practice's in the firm's financial services group. She has developed an expertise in commercial and financial services litigation, defending financial institutions, credit card, and mortgage companies in state and federal courts across the country as well as in arbitrations. Teel focuses his practice on a broad range of legal issues and regulatory compliance for clients in the transportation, manufacturing, and hospitality industries.

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