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Rebekah Keith McKinney


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Principal Shareholder Rebekah McKinney devotes 100 percent of her practice to litigation in the areas of high-asset divorce, personal injury, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, nursing home negligence, civil rights, wage and hour, and business and commercial matters.

She has been listed in Super Lawyers as one of the Top 25 Women Lawyers in the state and continues to be listed as a Super Lawyer. Rebekah was elected President of the Alabama Association for Justice and serves on its Board of Directors. She was also elected as a former President and Board Member of the Alabama Civil Justice Foundation. Rebekah is also President-Elect of the Huntsville Madison County Bar Association.

Q&A: What do you like most about the practice of law?

Having the opportunity to find a solution to someone's problem that is likely the most important thing that they have going on in their life is the best part about practicing law. I consider it high praise to be entrusted with someone's biggest problem. I don't think there is a greater compliment for a lawyer than to be asked for help.

Verdicts & Settlements

  • Favorable jury verdict in inverse condemnation claim against Town of Gurley, Alabama. Rebekah obtained a favorable jury verdict and damages in the amount of $2,750,000 on behalf of M&N Materials, Inc. against the Town of Gurley, Alabama, on the claim of inverse condemnation.

  • Numerous multi-million dollar settlements of race discrimination class actions against multiple national insurance companies

Awards & Accolades

  • Top 50 Women in the MidSouth for SuperLawyers (2016, 2018)

  • Top 25 Women Lawyers by SuperLawyers in the State of Alabama (2015)

  • First "Madam President" of the Alabama Association for Justice. Rebekah received the distinction of being elected the first female president of the Alabama Association for Justice (Alabama's trial lawyers association).

  • First female TRIAL trustee for Alabama Association for Justice. Rebekah was elected the first female TRIAL trustee for the Alabama Association for Justice. Established in 1984 to represent the Association's interests in electoral politics, the TRIAL PAC is overseen by a board of six Trustees elected by ALAJ leadership. These individuals' continual dedication to the PAC allows TRIAL to maintain its status as a well-respected, bi-partisan player in Alabama politics. 

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J.D. (1995)

The University of Alabama School of Law

  • Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society

B.S., Human Development (1991)

Vanderbilt University

Bar Admissions

Alabama (1995)

Professional Involvement

  • Member, Alabama State Bar

  • Huntsville/Madison County Bar Association

    • President-Elect (2023-2024)

    • Member

    • Member, Board of Directors

    • Former Treasurer

  • Member, Alabama Association for Justice​

  • Board of Directors, Alabama Association for Justice


  • TRIAL Trustee, Alabama Association for Justice


  • Fellow, Alabama Law Foundation

  • Former Bar Commissioner, 23rd Judicial Circuit, Alabama State Bar​

  • Former Member, Alabama Law Institute

  • Member, Madison County Inns of Court


  • Former Member, Board of Directors, Alabama Civil Justice Foundation


  • Former Member, Board of Directors, Alabama Appleseed Center for Law and Justice

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