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Billingslea, Stephanie C.

Assistant Attorney General

Education

  • Cumberland School of Law, J.D., 1988
  • The University of Alabama, B.A., Political Science, 1981
  • Southern Union State Junior College, A.A., 1979

Clerkships

  • Honorable U.W. Clemon United States District Court Northern District of Alabama , 1989-1990*

Admissions

  • Alabama State Bar

Experience

  • Assistant Attorney General, State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Trials Division
  • Assistant Attorney General, State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Public Corruption and White Collar Crime Division 1997 - 2004; 2006 -  Present
  • Legal Counsel for the Alabama Manufactured Housing Commission, 1998 - Present
  • Member, Alabama State Council for Interstate Adult Supervision – 2006 - Present
  • Director, State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Family Protection Division, 2004-2006
  • Assistant Attorney General, State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Violent Crimes (Criminal Trial) Division, 1995 - 1997
  • Assistant District Attorney,  Madison County District Attorney Office, Huntsville, AL, 1990-1995  
  • Staff Attorney, Office of Hearings and Appeals Birmingham, 1988-1989
  • AL  Law Clerk , United States Attorney Office Northern District of Alabama, 1987-1988  
  • Legal Intern,  Legal Aid of Birmingham, 1988

Legal Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Memberships and Affiliations

Distinctions

  • 2004 Attorney General’s Award For Excellence In Trial Advocacy 2004
  • Respect for Law Optimist International Law Enforcement Award 1992
  • Service Award from North Alabama Black Law Enforcement Association 1992
  • African American Citizen Award for Outstanding Services in Community  1987
  • Nominated Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges in Recognition of Outstanding Merit and Accomplishment as a Student at Cumberland School of Law 1984
  • Nominated as an Outstanding Young Woman of America
  • BV Distinguished Very High Rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards, Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review, 2006-2011


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