Raven Perry-Beach is the founding and managing attorney of The Beach Law Practice. Ms. Perry-Beach graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama in Birmingham with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in 2003. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Vermont Law School in 2007. She would go on to secure a position as an Attorney advisor to the Board of Veterans Appeals in Washington, D.C.
In 2011, Ms. Perry-Beach founded Beach Law Practice in Nashville, Tennessee. Her primary areas of practice included bankruptcy, estate planning, personal injury, and Veterans law. Returning to her home state after nearly 15 years, she has continued her work, to include advocating for veterans and assisting citizens in navigating the complexities of bankruptcy. Ms. Perry-Beach has attained admittance to half a dozen state and federal bar associations including the Supreme Courts of Tennessee and Alabama and The United States Supreme Court. These credentials allow her the ability to take on case after case zealously advocating for her clients in a wide array of issues and jurisdictions.
Access to fair and affordable judicial council has always been at the heart of Ms. Perry-Beach. Her commitment to the community is overwhelming evident. Having served on the board of Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program since 2017, it was no surprise when the board of directors named her president of the organization in 2021. She was named a Faces Under 40 Honoree by 256 Magazine later that year. Ms. Perry Beach also served as vice-chair to the board of directors to the Alabama Non- Violent Offenders Organization from 2019-2022. She is a recipient of the 2022 Game Changer award presented by the NAACP and was named 2023 Female Entrepreneur of the Year by the Catalyst. She is a graduate of Leadership Greater Huntsville.