R. Benjamin Thomas, III
Cumberland School of Law of Samford University (J.D., 2016)
Washington and Lee (B. A., 2012)
Ben is a dedicated advocate who takes joy in effectively representing his clients through even the most difficult issues. From his experience of working for the Attorney General to his time clerking in the Tenth Judicial Circuit of Alabama, Ben has garnished invaluable experience that he uses to represent clients in civil litigation. Ben has handled matters in a wide array of practice areas including general insurance defense, worker’s compensation, tractor trailer accidents, coverage law, and liability.
Ben spent his undergraduate years at Washington and Lee where he played four years of varsity baseball, was a member of Beta Theta Pi and Reformed University Fellowship. While playing baseball, Ben was named the team’s Student Athlete Mentor. Ben completed law school at The Cumberland School of Law. While at Cumberland Ben was a Dean’s List recipient and was a semi-finalist in the James O Haley Federal Trial Competition and Donworth Moot Court Competition. While in law school Ben also clerked for The Alabama Securities Commission, The Mobile District Attorney’s Office, The Attorney General of Alabama and The Judicial Inquiry Commission.
Ben is an avid hunter, baseball fan and lover of literature. When Ben is not vigorously working for his clients, you will more than likely find him with a book in hand on a fishable body of water listening to an Atlanta Braves game in the background.