BIRMINGHAM, AL—Lightfoot, Franklin & White LLC is pleased to welcome five new lawyers to the firm’s Birmingham office. Meghan S. Cole joins as a lateral associate, while George A. Brewster Jr., Henry “Ben” Brown III, Mary “Elizabeth” Harrison and Tatum L. Jackson are first-year associates.
Cole has practiced law since 2017, when she graduated from William & Mary Law School. She represents clients in insurance and business disputes and serves on the Birmingham Bar Association’s Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Executive Board.
Brewster is a graduate of Emory University School of Law where he led the Emory Law Journal as managing editor. Prior to joining Lightfoot, he served as a legal extern and judicial clerk for two U.S. District Court judges and was a litigation extern for the Office of the Attorney General of Georgia.
Brown graduated magna cum laude from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, serving as a board member and writing editor for the Cumberland Law Review. He also clerked at two firms as a law student.
Harrison attended Tulane University Law School where she was a Dean’s Medal recipient, the Notes and Comments Editor for the Tulane Law Review, and a senior fellow to the school’s Legal Research and Writing program.
Jackson is a former Lightfoot summer associate who graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law. She was the special works editor for the Alabama Law Review and a member of both the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board and the Judge Conrad Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Team.