American Law Society Recognizes Honora McKeown Gathings

The American Law Society Board of Directors is proud to announce that Honora McKeown Gathings has been accepted as a new member with ATL distinction. The America's Top Lawyers list is comprised of well-rounded individuals representing a diverse cross-section of U.S. legal advocates.

Birmingham, AL, March 07, 2017 --( Honora McKeown Gathings is a founding partner in Gathings Law, a practice that serves clients around Alabama in the areas of personal injury law, divorce, custody and family law business litigation, and environmental law. Mrs. Gathings has comprehensive experience in complex litigation, including business tort litigation, toxic, environmental, and pharmaceutical tort litigation, serious personal injury, consumer class actions, products liability, fraud, and international law. Mrs. Gathings has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, various United States District Courts in Alabama, Florida and Mississippi, as well as both the Alabama and Florida Supreme Courts.

Mrs. Gathings earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University in 1975. She is a 1978 graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, in Birmingham, Alabama. During law school, she served on the Moot Court Board from 1976-1978 and was Associate Editor of The American Journal of Trial Advocacy.

Mrs. Gathings has been voted AV Peer Review Rated - a rating signifying that she has reached the height of professional excellence in skill and integrity in her field. Her peers voted her an Alabama Super Lawyer. She has been honored for her work through Stathmore’s Who’s Who since 2001, as well as through Madison’s Who’s Who. In 2016 she was named one of Birmingham Biz Magazine's Top Lawyers.

Also of note is Mrs. Gathings' history of mentorship in her local law community. She is a mentor for freshman law students at the Cumberland school of Law, hosts several events throughout the year for law students, and has made a commitment to influencing young women law students in Alabama.

The American Law Society board of directors selectively chooses lawyers who show a history of greatness and consistency. It is their privilege to have Mrs. Gathings join the organization.

If you would like to contact Mrs. Gathings, you may contact her through her profile page at:

"We look forward to following Honora Gathings’ career and are extremely excited to see her articles, videos, and information posted on America Law Society's platform." -Valerie Dougherty of American Law Society.
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