Published on May 23, 2024  
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The following Cumberland lawyers were admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 1974 and have maintained an active status membership for 50 years. Thank you for your dedication to the Alabama State Bar and the legal profession!

Hon. John E. Amari
Hon. Orson Lucius Johnson
Hon. Quentin Quarles Brown Jr.
Hon. Ralph Alton Ferguson Jr.
David Alfred Reid
James Walter Bodiford Jr.
Joel Colley Watson
John Twohey Natter
Kermit McClendon Downs
Michael Christopher Berndt
Rodney Earl Nolen
William Snipes Fishburne III
William Taylor Campbell Jr.
Mary Little Mattair
Donald Frederick Coats
Hon. James Ivan Cohn
Hon. Bruce Edward Williams
Hon. Gary Lex McAliley
Hon. James Jack Robinson
Hon. John Maxwell Karrh
Alton Blackwell Parker Jr.
Cada M. Carter
David Harold Webster
Earl Verner Johnson
Edward Martin Price Jr.
Frank Madonia
George Earl Smith
Grant Allen Paris
James Donald Turner
James LaFayette Martin
James Richard Clifton
John Mark White
Marcus Bernard Polson
Marion Albert Quina Jr.
Miles Marcus Huffstutler
Robert Bryan Roden
Rodney Britton Slusher
Ronnie Michael Booker
Thomas Eugene Ellis
Thomas Fearn Garth
Von George Memory
Walter Lee Blocker III
William Lee Thuston
William Mitchell Cunningham Jr.
Anita Leslie Bagby
Daniel Geary Sayers
Hon. Horace Hendrix Nation III
James Wallace Porter II
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