HUNTSVILLE, AL -- Managing Attorney Raven Perry-Beach's statement on the confirmation of Justice Kentaji Brown-Jackson. "What an exciting day for history. I am delighted to see such a qualified and impartial jurist confirmed to our high court. Justice Kentaji Brown Jackson’s independent mind will continue to serve our judiciary well as she has for over a decade now. The bi-partisan confirmation in the senate highlights the fact that Republican, Democrats, and Independents alike have reviewed her record and found an impartial, fair, and balanced judge." "While her confirmation hearings were mired by the polarizing politics of too many senators running for higher office, in the end our government came together to approve a highly qualified nominee in a bi-partisan way. It is a testament to her determination, grace, poise, and sheer skill that have lead us to this history making moment." "Here in Alabama we can be especially proud of the critical role our former Senator, Doug Jones played in shepherding her nomination through the process. As a native Alabamian I could not be more proud of the work our state is doing to advance progress for our country" "I cannot help feel a sense of pride and joy — it is an emotional and privileged moment that I did not think I would witness in this lifetime, not just for so many woman of color who work in the legal world but for what and who she represents to young girls like my own daughter." "I join Alabamians across this state and whole heartedly congratulate Justice Jackson on her confirmation — her brilliant legal mind will serve our court well."
Ms. Perry-Beach is the Managing Attorney of Beach Law Practice which specializes in Personal Bankruptcy and Veterans Law. She is also the Past President of the Madison County Volunteer Lawyer Program, Alabama’s oldest pro-bono clinic. Raven Perry-Beach 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, Western, and Eastern Tennessee District Courts.