At Hand Arendall LLC, we continually seek to diversify our legal and professional staff and our perspectives. We strongly believe that by promoting equitable treatment and respect for our individual differences, we will be better able to work together as a team to provide premier legal services for our clients. A core value of our firm is to attract and retain the finest legal and professional talent available, valuing their diverse backgrounds and experiences because we appreciate the innumerable benefits this will bring. We are dedicated to creating an environment which not only tolerates but values diverse individuals, whether that diversity is on the basis of race, gender, national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, or other status.
Hand Arendall LLC regularly conducts training among our lawyers and staff on diversity and equality issues, and has adopted policies to enable our lawyers to balance their career goals with their family and charitable obligations. We are pledged to providing training and mentoring for our lawyers and legal staff, embracing a team approach while valuing our individual differences.
As we strive toward increasing our diversity, Hand Arendall LLC is committed to supporting minority initiatives, including the 100 Black Men of Greater Mobile, sponsorship of the Young Lawyers' Minority Pre-Law Conference, and Blacks in Government. We continue to actively participate in minority recruitment events, including the Mobile Bar Association's Minority Job Fair, and always seek substantial female and minority student participation in our summer associate program.
Hand Arendall LLC is pleased to announce Brett W. Aaron was selected as a new member of the Red Mountain Park Junior Board.Read More
Hand Arendall is pleased to announce that its Birmingham office has relocated to the fully restored Historic Federal Reserve building effective January 30, 2017.Read More
Hand Arendall was featured in Ron Sivak's The Real Deal commentary on November 16, 2016.Read More
Hand Arendall is pleased to announce that its Birmingham office will relocate to the fully restored Historic Federal Reserve building by February of 2017.Read More