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David F. Steele was admitted to the Alabama Bar in 1982. David attended Auburn University and graduated with a degree in Forestry in 1979. He then attended the University of Alabama School of Law and graduated with his J.D. in 1982. David practices primarily in the areas of property and probate law. Outside the office he is a partner in the timber dealership and land management firm of Hines, Steele and Steele, Inc. He is a member of the Huntingdon College Board of Trustees. He is also the managing trustee of the Mary Elizabeth Stallworth Foundation Trust.
David F. Steele, Jr. is a 2006 graduate of Auburn University with a degree in Finance. He earned his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2009 and was admitted to the bar that same year. David is admitted to practice in the Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama. He served six years the President of the Monroe County Bar Association, is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He is also the Chairman of the Monroe County Republican Party. David practices primarily in the areas of Auto Injury, Products Liability, Social Security Disability, Workers Compensation, Divorce and Family Law and Criminal Defense.
Emily is a 2009 Graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law. Her undergraduate degree is in mathematics from Duke University in 2005. She began her career in 2009 at Steele, Steele, and Steele and worked there until 2014, when she was appointed Assistant District Attorney for the 35th Judicial Circuit. While an assistant district attorney, Steele served on the SORNA Resource Council, a body of the Alabama District Attorney’s Association responsible for creating the laws that protect the public from sex offenders. Emily was also a member of the ADAA’s Domestic Violence Resource Council.
Emily brings a great deal of trial experience with her after her return to the firm in 2018. She practices in the areas of Personal Injury, Worker's Compensation, Social Security Disability, Civil Litigation, Estate Planning, and Domestic Relations.
Emily and her husband are the proud parents of three children. They attend St. Elizabeth Catholic Church.