Harrison Lee

My name is Harrison Lee. I have spent my adult life and career as an attorney in the state of Alabama. I grew up outside Birmingham which will always be home. Childhood was spent at the lake in the summers, in Auburn for fall football games, and frequent family gatherings. I spent summers clerking for my father who practiced workers compensation in downtown. Managing files, communicating with clients, and organizing answers to interrogatories showed me the immense responsibility he had representing his clients. It was something I deeply admired and wanted to follow in those footsteps.

Upon graduation from Mountain Brook High School, I fulfilled a lifelong goal of attending Auburn University where I graduated with a degree in political science. My emphasis on law classes in the curriculum solidified my resolve to pursue a law degree at Cumberland School of Law. It was the perfect environment for three years of hard work and building relationships that have continued to shape my life. That support allowed me to graduate and pass the bar exam that summer. My career since then has taken me all over Alabama. I have served clients from Huntsville to Fairhope to Dothan and more. Representing injured plaintiffs in the fights for compensation has been my greatest responsibility and privilege.

When not fully enthralled in my work, I choose to spend my time with friends and family. Spending time with those who you care about and support you is always a priority in my mind. Usually this involves a favorite hobby, cooking large meals, and still head to the lake on the weekends. My mother is a special education teacher in Birmingham while my brother manages logistics for a truck manufacturer that sells units across North America. Their hard work and perseverance inspire me every day to measure up to the standard they have set. I hope I can give the same to my clients.

The trust they invest in those who represent them is not to be taken lightly but held in the highest regard. That philosophy has led me to search for as many opportunities as I can to serve my community. With that goal in mind, I plan to dedicate myself to the pursuit of further service. Presently, I work at Ludlum & King, LLC representing injured plaintiffs but with a heavy focus on assisting the veterans in our community obtain VA benefits they are entitled to due to their brave service. My desire is to help as many of them as we can. They served this country and are entitled to nothing but the most dedicated representation in return. We are proudly located in Opelika, but we intend to serve any veterans who reach out to us throughout the region.  Both personally and professionally, I will continue to serve our clients and community in every aspect possible.