Haley Andrews Cox
Since joining the firm, Haley has gained valuable experience in multiple areas of litigation, including Environmental and Toxic Torts, Employment Law, Business Litigation, Consumer Fraud and Bad Faith, Healthcare, Product Liability, Professional Liability, and White Collar Criminal Defense. Some of Haley’s notable achievements include:
- Serving as second-chair in a federal jury trial;
- Developing and implementing an unprecedented, innovative removal theory used to remove fifteen consumer fraud/bad faith cases to federal court;
- Assisting in the management and resolution of twenty-six cases against a school bus contractor, concerning claims brought by high school students involved in an accident receiving nationwide media attention; and
- Winning summary judgment in a race discrimination/hostile environment suit brought by multiple plaintiffs against a national industrial coating company and its regional subsidiary.
Haley received her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Alabama, and she received her law degree, magna cum laude, from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While in law school, Haley was the Student Articles Editor of the Cumberland Law Review, and her writings appear in Volumes 35 and 36 of the publication. Haley has been inducted into the membership of Curia Honoris.
Through the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama, Haley has enjoyed the opportunity to represent indigent prisoners in state post-conviction proceedings on a pro bono basis.
- B.S., University of Alabama, 2003 summa cum laude
- J.D., Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, 2006 magna cum laude
- Alabama, 2006
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