BIRMINGHAM—Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt LLC is pleased to announce that Roderick (“Rod”) Evans became a partner in the firm on January 1, 2019.
“Our firm has been blessed with new clients and expanding need for services. Rod has been an outstanding addition to the firm, providing expertise to meet the needs of our clients. Bringing him on as partner strengthens our bench in several areas of the law,” said managing member Jay Clark. “Rod is an extremely talented and hardworking lawyer, and offering him a partnership opportunity was an easy decision.”
Rod Evans joined the firm in 2017 after clerking for Judge Caryl Privett of the Jefferson County Circuit Court and working as an associate for several years with a local firm in Bessemer. He focuses his practice on civil litigation representing business and individual clients. His practice areas include general litigation, and municipal law, where he has extensive experience in drafting of local legislation, election law, revenue/taxation, annexation, redevelopment, telecommunications, and day-to-day advice and support to city administration and elected officials. Evans earned his law degree from Cumberland School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from Samford University.
About Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt LLC
Founded in 1987, Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt, LLC assists governmental clients as well as individual and corporate clients in a wide range of needs involving litigation, estate planning, business, industry, food law, and government sectors.