Birmingham School of Law alumna Brittany Lamb will teach Legal Research and Writing on Saturdays at BSL. Lamb currently serves as a clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
While attending law school, Lamb worked as a clerk in the Madison County District Attorney’s office. After passing the bar, she became an associate attorney at Crumbley, Blackwell, Wisda & Associates where she practiced family law, bankruptcy, and criminal law.
Lamb says she was unable to attend a traditional law school for many reasons, but she was able to attend school at BSL and maintain a full-time job. “As a result, I graduated debt-free,” she says.
An avid music fan, Lamb attends concerts often. She also loves the Atlanta Braves and enjoys spending time with her black Lab, Penny.
Lamb says she is looking forward to teaching this semester at BSL. “I know how difficult the grind can be, and I want to help others who are in my same position reach their dreams as well,” she says. “BSL will always hold a special place in my heart because it gave me the chance to pursue my dream.”