Kelly Gallops Davidson

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Kelly Gallops Davidson




Areas of Practice

  • General Litigation
  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Real Estate Law and Closings
  • School Board Law
  • Governmental Law

Education, Awards and Honors

  • Auburn University, B.A. Honors Political Science, Summa Cum Laude (1991)
    • Phi Beta Kappa (Auburn Community) (1991)
    • Political Science Department Outstanding Student of the Year (1991)
    • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
    • Alpha Gamma Delta social sorority
  • University of Alabama School of Law, J.D. (1994)
    • Alabama Law Review, Senior Editor
    • National Moot Court Team, Manager
    • The Order of Barristers
    • Outstanding Senior Dallas Sands Award (1994)
    • Bench & Bar, Vice-President
    • Student Bar Association, Senator
    • Farrah Law Society, Student Recruitment Chair

Bar Admissions & Memberships

  • Alabama State Bar (1994)
  • United States Supreme Court
  • Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
  • Lee County Bar Association
  • Association of School Board Attorneys
  • Atticus Finch Society, Charter Member    

 Of Interest

Kelly was born in Sylacauga, Alabama. She later became Research Assistant to the eminent Dean Charles W. Gamble in writing his treatise, Gamble’s Alabama Rules of Evidence. Appellate practice included writing briefs and/or oral arguments before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. She served as Head of School for Auburn Classical Academy and is a former member of the AU Tiger Trail Committee, Auburn Rotary Club and Auburn Chamber of Commerce Diplomat. She currently serves as the First Offender Treatment Program Coordinator for Lee County District Attorney Robbie Treese.

Kelly, her husband Rick and their three boys can be found squarely in the middle of community life in Lee County. Kelly is involved in and supports countless family sports, school events and other local worthwhile causes. She enjoys being with her family at their Coosa County cabin in the woods, watching her boys play ball, riding horses when possible and travel. Kelly and her family are members of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Through her church, Kelly has served as President of the Holy Trinity Day School, Glanton Trust Board of Directors, Vacation Bible School Chair, a Sunday School teacher and on Alter Guild.