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Margie Searcy-Alford

National Chairperson

Women Trial Lawyer's Caucus of the American Association of Justice

Women Trial Lawyer's Caucus of the American Association of Justice

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Employment History

National Chairperson
Association of Trial Lawyers of America

National Chairperson
Women Trial Lawyers Caucus


LexisNexis Company

Trial Attorney

Education


toxic tort , drug product liability



The University Of Alabama School of Law

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Margie Searcy Alford
Attorney at Law
Margie Searcy Alford is the Principal Author and Editor-in-chief of the five-volume set A Guide to Toxic Torts (LexisNexis), and a contributing author to the four-volume set Drug Product Liability (LexisNexis), the two-volume set Alabama Civil Practice Forms (LexisNexis), and many other publications.
Margie Searcy Alford practices in the area of serious personal injury with a special focus on toxic torts.Attorney Alford has handled toxic tort cases in sixteen states.
She served two years as National Chairperson of the American Association for Justice Section on Toxic, Environmental, and Pharmaceutical Tort Law and two years as National Chairperson of the Women Trial Lawyer's Caucus of the American Association of Justice.She was National head of the Dioxin Litigation Group for three years.
Attorney Alford was chosen the most outstanding young career women in Alabama by the Alabama Federation of Business and Professional Women and is in more than a hundred Who's Who type publications.She has served on many boards, committees, and commissions.
She graduated from The University of Alabama School of Law in 1974.She is a
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Welcome to LexisNexis

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Margie Searcy-Alford is an Alabama trial attorney with more than 28 years of legal experience. She is the principal author and editor-in-chief of the four-volume set of law books, A Guide to Toxic Torts, and a contributing author to the four-volume set, Drug Product Liability, both published by Matthew Bender. She represents cases on topics ranging from serious personal injury to drug products to estate planning, however is nationally recognized for her work in the area of toxic torts including chemical poisoning and drug product liability.

Among many other honors, Searcy Alford was chosen as the "Most Outstanding Young Career Woman in Alabama" by the Alabama Business and Professional Women Association. She is also listed in Who's Who in American Lawyers, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in American Women, Outstanding Young Women of America, and Outstanding People of the Twentieth Century. She is a past National Chairperson of the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus and the Environmental and Toxic Tort Law Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers (now named the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts).


Birmingham Alabama attorney handling personal injury, wrongful death, toxic tort, drug product liability and fraud.

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Among many other offices and activities, Margie Searcy Alford served two terms as National Chairperson of the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus, and two terms as National Chairperson of the Environmental and Toxic Tort Law Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (now named the Section on Toxic, Environmental, and Pharmaceutical Torts). Among many other honors, she was chosen the Most Outstanding Young Career Woman In Alabama, and is in Who's Who In The World, Who's Who In American Lawyers, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who In American Women, Outstanding Young Women Of America, and Outstanding People Of The Twentieth Century. She is the principal author and editor-in-chief of a five volume set of law books published by Lexis-Nexis entitled A Guide To Toxic Torts, a contributing author to the Lexis-Nexis four volume set entitled Drug Product Liability, a contributing author to the two volume set Alabama Civil Practice Forms and the author of hundreds of other published articles on legal topics. She graduated from The University Of Alabama School of Law in 1974 and has had a trial practice for over twenty-nine of her thirty-one plus years as an attorney. She speaks both English and Spanish. Margie Searcy Alford is involved in many civic and charitable activities and has a special interest in programs and organizations that work to make the environment a cleaner, healthier and safer place.

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Margie Searcy-Alford is an Alabama trial attorney with more than 28 years of legal experience. She is the principal author and editor-in-chief of the four-volume set of law books, A Guide to Toxic Torts, and a contributing author to the four-volume set, Drug Product Liability, both published by Matthew Bender. She represents cases on topics ranging from serious personal injury to drug products to estate planning, however is nationally recognized for her work in the area of toxic torts including chemical poisoning and drug product liability.

Among many other honors, Searcy Alford was chosen as the "Most Outstanding Young Career Woman in Alabama" by the Alabama Business and Professional Women Association. She is also listed in Who's Who in American Lawyers, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in American Women, Outstanding Young Women of America, and Outstanding People of the Twentieth Century. She is a past National Chairperson of the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus and the Environmental and Toxic Tort Law Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers (now named the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts).


Welcome to LexisNexis

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Margie Searcy-Alford is an Alabama trial attorney with more than 28 years of legal experience. She is the principal author and editor-in-chief of the four-volume set of law books, A Guide to Toxic Torts, and a contributing author to the four-volume set, Drug Product Liability, both published by Matthew Bender. She represents cases on topics ranging from serious personal injury to drug products to estate planning, however is nationally recognized for her work in the area of toxic torts including chemical poisoning and drug product liability.

Among many other honors, Searcy Alford was chosen as the "Most Outstanding Young Career Woman in Alabama" by the Alabama Business and Professional Women Association. She is also listed in Who's Who in American Lawyers, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in American Women, Outstanding Young Women of America, and Outstanding People of the Twentieth Century. She is a past National Chairperson of the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus and the Environmental and Toxic Tort Law Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers (now named the Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical Torts).

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