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STEADMAN S. SHEALY, JR.

(born June 8, 1958) received a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Alabama in 1980 [cum laude]; received J.D. degree from University of Alabama in 1984.  He was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa; Mortar Board.  Mr. Shealy also received a football scholarship to play for Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant at the University of Alabama.  In the law school's Trial Advocacy Program and was a participant in the school's National Trial Advocacy Team which competed against other law schools in national competitions.

 Mr. Shealy is a lifelong resident of Dothan, Alabama.  He was quarterback at the University of Alabama under Coach Paul Bryant 1979-1980\

 Mr. Shealy joined the law firm of Cobb & Shealy in 1984.  He is a member of the Houston County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, and has been a member of the Alabama State Bar Ethics Committee, and Alabama Defense Lawyers Association.

 Mr. Shealy is married to Ann Wood Shealy of Heflin, Alabama, and has five children

 Practice Area:  Insurance; Corporate Defense; Personal Injury; Product Liability.

 

 

 

 

 

2346 West Main Street
Dothan, Alabama 36301
Telephone: 334-677-3000
Fax: 334-677-0030

 

 
 

 

 

 Steadman S. Shealy

 

 Richard E. Crum

 

 James H. Pike

 

 Robin C. Freeman

 

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