About Alabama Attorney General
Luther Strange

Attorney General Luther Strange

Attorney General Luther Strange was raised in Sylacauga and Homewood, Alabama. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout at the age of 13. Active in sports, he attended Tulane University on a basketball scholarship. He then headed to Scotland where he worked on a ship as a merchant marine to help pay his way through law school. He and his wife, Melissa, have been married for 32 years and are the proud parents of two sons.

Prior to his election as Alabama’s 49th Attorney General, Luther Strange earned the reputation as one of Alabama's leading lawyers. He represented Hyundai when they located in Alabama along with many other companies, creating jobs across Alabama. The law firm he founded was named one of the top ten firms in the Southeast for economic development.

As Attorney General
As Attorney General, Strange is committed to serving the people of Alabama with honesty and integrity while upholding the rule of law that is the foundation of our legal system. As Alabama’s top law enforcement official, Attorney General Strange works closely with state and local law enforcement officers and district attorneys to protect Alabamians He is the coordinating counsel for the Gulf States in the landmark litigation against BP for the oil spill.


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