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Mobile Bar Association President Pete Mackey’s November Comments
By Pete Mackey on November 1, 2016
President’s Comments The MOBILE BAR FOUNDATION, our charitable arm, was established in 1994 as a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It supports programs that improve the legal system, the administration of justice and the betterment of the legal profession in our …
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Mobile Bar Association President Pete Mackey’s October Comments
By Pete Mackey on October 1, 2016
You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you live. – Winston Churchill October is PRO BONO MONTH. It got kicked off a few days early at the RED MASS last Friday. The message …
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Mobile Bar Association President Pete Mackey’s September Comments
By Pete Mackey on September 1, 2016
“I have more scars than you will ever see, because most of them are in my head”  – anonymous, describing depression The alarm has been beeping for almost ten minutes before Fred finds the will to turn it off. He …
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Peter (Pete) S. Mackey, Esq. has thirty years of civil trial litigation experience. He has been very successful in his representation of clients in business and consumer tort matters, contracts and construction cases, employment disputes and insurance matters.

Mr. Mackey is an “AV” rated lawyer according to Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating a lawyer can receive, as adjudged by his peers in the legal profession. He is board certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and is also certified as an Alabama Mediator.

Mr. Mackey is a member of the American and Alabama Associations for Justice, the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, the Alabama Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the Alabama Bar Association and the Mobile Bar Association. He has been admitted to practice in Alabama and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeal.

Mr. Mackey graduated from the University of Alabama in 1978 and Cumberland School of Law, cum laude, in 1983. While at Cumberland, he was an Associate Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and was a member of Curia Honoris. After graduating, he clerked for the Honorable Emmett R. Cox, then a United States District Court Judge (now with Senior Status on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals).

Mr. Mackey and his family attend All Saints Episcopal Church.

If you would like to chat now with Mr. Mackey click here.

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