This is post number 3 in the 3-part series introducing Sheree Martin Law (the law practice). It is my hope that in this post I will connect-the-dots as I explain my decision to return to law practice. As I wrote on the Law With Purpose….By Design page, we are all called to certain missions and vocations in our life. Some of these last a short season, sometimes they may extend for a much of a lifetime. So as I open my law practice and adjusting some of the work I've been doing, I'm accepting … [Read more...]
My name is Sheree Martin and I'm a lawyer admitted to practice law in Alabama.
I'm not a fan of speaking about myself in the third-person, so I'll provide this overview like I'm responding to your question to tell you something about my professional credentials.
I'm a graduate of the University of Alabama (B.A., J.D, Ph.D) and the University of Florida (LL.M.). Yes, I'm a fan of the Crimson Tide, but I can also say War Eagle. In fact, I've been very impressed with what I've seen happening on the Plains with entrepreneurship initiatives at Auburn.
More to come.
Part one of this 3-part blog series ends at the point where I received an unexpected opportunity to return to my former law firm and the practice of law. My goal for these first 2 blog posts isn't to tell my life story and have hundreds of people read and share it. I simply want to offer some of my backstory for anyone who might be considering working with me in some capacity and is curious about my professional background. It was late May 2007 when the possibility of return to law practice … [Read more...]
I can understand why someone might ask why I decided to start a new law firm as a solo practitioner in 2016. Before I eventually that question in part 3 of this introductory blog post series, I think some some of the backstory is necessary to establish the foundation for tying all the pieces together. This is part one of a 3-part blog series to introduce my new solo, virtual law practice: Sheree Martin Law. Now that technology makes it much more practical to operate a solo law firm, I can … [Read more...]