(MONTGOMERY)—Attorney General Luther Strange said today he is greatly honored to have been recently inducted into the Fellows Program of the Alabama Law Foundation. The Attorney General was honored in a ceremony held in Montgomery on January 25.
Each year, the Alabama Law Foundation chooses a select group of lawyers to recognize their service and commitment. “No more than 1% of bar members may become Fellows; therefore, the selection committee invites into membership an exceptional group of lawyers who have demonstrated their dedication to improving their communities and state,” according to the Foundation website. Attorney General Strange was nominated by former Attorney General Bill Pryor, who now serves as a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.
“I am deeply honored, and humbled to be in the company of some of Alabama’s most outstanding public servants,” said Attorney General Strange. “This experience has only served to strengthen my respect for those who are committed to follow the rule of law with integrity and dedication, and to serve in such a way that is for the good of Alabama and her people.”
Currently, there are 296 Fellows of the Alabama Law Foundation. A complete listing and more information about the program may be found at the Foundation’s website, http://www.alabamalawfoundation.org.