Meet-And-Greet with Alex @ New Office in Mobile, AL

Mobile, AL Meet-and-Greet: A Fun Way to Commemorate Opening of New Gulf Coast Law Firm

Alexander Shunnarah & Associates hosted a successful meet-and-greet for friends and business partners on January 21, 2015 from 7-9 p.m. to commemorate the opening of our new Mobile, AL office. Our attorneys and business associates traveled from Biloxi, MS, Birmingham, AL, and Pensacola, FL to attend the event, which was extremely well-received. Everyone in attendance enjoyed the open bar and food catered by Moe’s BBQ. The meet-and-greet proved to be a wonderful celebration of opening an additional office for our Gulf Coast law firm, as well as an amazing opportunity to further become a part of the Mobile, AL community. Alexander Shunnarah & Associates is a premier personal injury law firm serving Pensacola, FL, Gulfport, MS, Panama City, FL and now Mobile, AL. With over 40 years of collective trial and litigation experience, we can provide our clients with exceptional legal advice and extensive knowledge of personal injury claims and lawsuits. Our areas of practice include motor vehicle accidents, wrongful deaths, workers’ compensation, and more. We answer the call to serve and recognize that we have a duty to those wrongfully injured in the Gulf Coast. Our lawyers believe it to be their responsibility to see that the civil justice system compensates injured individuals. Our new Mobile office is located at 204 Conti Street, 1E, Mobile, AL 36602. The 4th Annual Argo Invitational mock trial, sponsored by Stetson University College of Law, was held on Saturday, January 17, 2015. Students, licensed attorneys, and judges came together to participate in the collegiate mock trial competition held in the mock trial courtroom at the University of West Florida. Each year, The Argo Invitational hosts a mock trial competition for university undergrads. In this event, college students serve as mock attorneys and professional attorneys such as Alexander Shunnarah & Associates managing partner and associates James T. Laura, Jr. (licensed in Florida and Alabama), Joseph Oaks (licensed in Alabama), and Brian Connors (licensed in Florida) serve to judge the students' performance. This annual mock trial offers students the opportunity to develop their critical thinking skills and legal strategies in a realistic, on-campus courtroom setting. By using high-impact experiences, the Argo Invitational sets out to benefit team members during their time in law school and well beyond into their careers. The tournament typically consists of a two-day competition and four trial rounds that are judged by local attorneys and judges. In the past, teams have come from universities and colleges from neighboring cities such as Auburn University, Millsaps College, University of Alabama, University of South Florida, and the Mississippi University for Women. This year’s competition included teams from the University of Florida and the University of Alabama. At our 204 Conti Street, 1E, Mobile, AL 36602 location.  Wednesday, January 21, 2015: Meet-And-Greet-with-Alex---Wednesday-January-21-2015---7PM Friends and business partners of the firm were invited to attend a Meet-And-Greet with Alexander Shunnarah and Associates at the firm’s new Mobile office. 4 Attorneys and business partners traveled from Gulfport/Biloxi, MS, Mobile, AL, Pensacola, FL and Birmingham, AL to attend the event. 2 7 The event was extremely well attended and received.

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4th Annual Argo Invitational Mock Trial

On Saturday, January 17, 2015 Managing Partner James T. Laura, Jr. (licensed in Florida and Alabama) and Associates Joseph Oaks (Licensed in Alabama) and Brian Connors (Licensed in Florida) served as judges for the 4th Annual Argo Invitational collegiate mock trial competition held at the University of West Florida. 1 The Argo Invitational hosts university undergraduate teams for a mock trial competition in which the college students serve as mock attorneys and actual attorneys and judges serve to judge the students’ performance as attorneys. This year’s competition included teams from the University of Florida and the University of Alabama.       3 \        

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