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Tripp DeMoss Appointed to Serve on Two Alabama State Bar Committees

Tripp DeMoss, attorney in the firm’s Montgomery office and member of the Litigation Practice, has been appointed to serve on the Alabama State Bar’s Government Relations Liaison Committee, as well as the Bench and Bar Relations Committee, for the 2023-2024 term.

The Government Relations Liaison Committee provides liaison services to the State government and facilitates the function of the Legislature in passing laws which affect the judicial systems or the Alabama State Bar. As a member of the Government Relations Liaison Committee, Tripp will work alongside other committee members to provide mediation and facilitation services at the request of members of the State government to help bring about constructive resolution of proposed legislation and deal with problems of public concern. As a member of the Bench and Bar Relations Committee Tripp will work with committee members to enhance and improve the communication, collaboration, and overall relationship between the members of the bar and the judiciary. 

Tripp maintains a diverse litigation practice in federal and state courts, and has handled cases in a variety of subjects including commercial disputes, premises liability, personal injury, governmental liability, labor and employment, civil rights, and construction. Tripp has also successfully briefed appeals before the Alabama Supreme Court and Court of Civil Appeals, and submitted amicus curiae briefs to the Alabama Supreme Court.  Drawing on his experience as a public policy attorney, Tripp has reviewed, analyzed and drafted legislation, and has provided advice and counsel to state agencies on statutory and regulatory compliance issues as well.

Tripp clerked for the Honorable R. Austin Huffaker, Jr. in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. Tripp previously served as a legislative aide in the U.S. House of Representatives, as a legislative officer in the U.S. Department of Labor, and as a government affairs/regulatory attorney at a prominent Alabama trade association.