Jennifer Alison Bottomley, brings a unique perspective to the firm as she has worked her way through the legal field during the past decade. Jennifer began working at a criminal defense firm as an intern while studying at The University of Alabama in 2011. After graduating from Alabama, magna cum laude, in 2012, Jennifer took a year off to work as a runner/receptionist at a large civil litigation firm in Huntsville.
Jennifer enrolled in Cumberland School of Law, at Samford University in 2013. While in law school Jennifer continued to work in different areas of the law, including the Federal Public Defender’s office and clerking for the Hon. Jennifer Howell in Morgan County, Alabama. Jennifer was active in trial competitions in law school and was awarded Scholar of Merit in Alabama Legislature and Politics.
After graduating and passing the bar in 2016, Jennifer accepted the possession as the Judicial Law Clerk to Hon. Chris M. Comer in Madison County. Jennifer was able to assist on cases ranging from uncontested divorces to capital murder death penalty. In 2018, Jennifer joined Grace, Matthews & Debro. Her practice includes representation of individuals and business in personal injury and construction cases.
Jennifer is a native of Madison and graduate of Bob Jones High School. On the weekends she can be found working on DIY home projects. In the fall she can be found in Tuscaloosa reminding everyone she sat next to A.J. McCarron in class.
Alabama State Bar Association
United State District Court, Northern District of Alabama
All Alabama State Courts
Alabama State Bar
Alabama Defense Lawyers Association (ADLA)
ADLA Young Lawyers Board of Directors District 1, 2019-present
Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association
Huntsville-Madison County Young Lawyers Board member, 2020-2021
J.D., 2016, Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham, Alabama
B.A., magna cum laude, 2012, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama