HUNTSVILLE, AL – The Law Office of Raven Perry-Beach is pleased to announce the appointment of managing partner Raven Perry-Beach as President of Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Programs. Ms. Perry-Beach makes history as the first woman of color to helm the organization. The Madison County Volunteer Lawyers program is the oldest pro bono law program in Alabama.
“I am humbled and grateful for the faith and confidence that the board of directors of the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers program has placed in me. It is an honor to serve as the President of this historic and vital organization that continues to provide relief for our community.”
“I am excited to begin my work to advance our core mission of promoting equal access to justice through the delivery of pro bono legal services to low-income citizens in Madison County. It is my absolute joy to work alongside so many attorneys who dedicate countless hours of their time and resources to ensure that every citizen in Madison County has access to fair and just legal representation.”
“I also want to thank my wonderful team who enables me to do this vital work and to my family and my children who continue to be my inspiration in making our great state more equitable for all.”
Ms. Perry-Beach has served on the board of directors of MCVLP since 2017. Her firm specializes in Personal Bankruptcy and Veterans Law. She is a member of the Alabama and Tennessee state bars as well Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association. Ms. Perry-Beach has been admitted to practice before United States Supreme Court, the Northern District of Alabama, and Middle and Eastern Tennessee District Courts.