160 S Cedar St. Mobile, AL 36602
19973 State Highway 181 Suite B, Fairhope, AL
205 N. Conception St. Mobile, AL 36603
(251) 338-0630(251) 338-0630
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1015 Montlimar Drive Suite B4, Mobile, AL

Robyn R. Cannon | Gardberg, Clausen, & Kemmerly, P.C. | Mobile//

Robyn grew up in Florence, Alabama, and graduated from Central High School. Robyn then attended Auburn University where she was a Dean’s List student and earned a Bachelor of Science in Poultry Science. Upon graduation from Auburn University in 2007, Robyn worked as a Human Resources Management Trainee for Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation in Athens, Alabama.

Robyn then attended law school at Faulkner University, Thomas Good Jones School of Law where she graduated summa cum laude as Walter J. Knabe Scholarship recipient in 2011. Robyn was named to the Dean’s List each semester of law school, earned eight top grade awards, and was named as a Public Interest Fellow. While in law school, Robyn served as the Executive Editor of the Faulkner Law Review, as a Board Member of the Board of Advocates, and as a Senior Member of the Women’s Legal Society. During her second and third years of law school, Robyn worked as a Legal Research Assistant to Professor Chad Emerson. Robyn also worked as a law clerk for the Alabama Attorney General’s Office in both the Opinions Division and the General Civil/Administrative Division. In her third year of law school, Robyn had the privilege of serving the Honorable W. Keith Watkins of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama as a legal extern.

After graduating from law school and passing the Alabama Bar Exam, Robyn moved to Mobile, Alabama, where she accepted an associate attorney position practicing personal injury law with Jackson, Foster & Richardson, LLC. For the next two years, Robyn helped clients who were victims of automobile collisions, slip and falls, medical malpractice, fraud, defective consumer products, and defective prescription drugs. Robyn joined Gardberg, Clausen & Kemmerly, PC as an Associate Attorney in the Veteran’s Disability department in October of 2013.

Areas of Practice

  • Veteran’s Disability
  • Social Security Disability
169 Dauphin Street Suite 300 Mobile, AL 36602
(251) 432-4070(251) 432-4070
20 Palmetto St. Mobile, AL 36603
Mobile, AL, United States
(251) 343-0818(251) 343-0818
Mobile, AL, United States
(251) 432-5001(251) 432-5001
Atmore, AL, United States
251 446-8379251 446-8379
2607 Dauphin St. Ste C, Mobile, AL 36606
Mobile, AL, United States
(251) 342-8188(251) 342-8188
207 Church Street Mobile, AL 36602
251 433-5860251 433-5860
202 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36602
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338 Fairhope Ave Suite 210 Fairhope, AL 36532

Fairhope attorney James Dorgan is a graduate of Spring Hill College (’91) and Mississippi College School of Law (’95).  He is admitted to the practice of law in both the State of Alabama (’96) and the State of Florida (’07).

In 1996, James opened his law office in downtown Fairhope. He enjoys living and practicing law on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay in the beautiful city of Fairhope, Alabama

For the past ten years, James has also been the Adjunct Professor of Law at Spring Hill College, in Mobile, Alabama, a Jesuit, liberal arts institution.  James teaches both introductory and advanced classes of Business Law one night per week, while maintaining his full time law practice.  Many of his students have gone on to law school and are practicing attorneys today.

James is married to Lauren Spear Dorgan, and they have two children.

James is an experienced, professional, and courteous attorney providing affordable legal services to clients in Fairhope, Daphne, Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Bay Minette, Mobile, Baldwin County, and Mobile County.

11 N. Water St. Suite 10290 Mobile, AL
2108 Government Street Mobile, AL 36606
(251) 445-7257(251) 445-7257
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1252 Dauphin Street Mobile, AL

My inherited passion for helping others is the unrelenting force that drives me to obtain justice on behalf of my clients both in the courtroom and through the claims’ phase of client representation. Professionally, I am a member in good standing of the Alabama State Bar, the American Association for Justice, the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, and Mobile’s Paul W. Brock Chapter of the American Inns of Court. My primary area of practice is personal injury in the area of motor vehicle negligence. I also handle land condemnation matters.

Licensed to practice law in 2006, I attained a position with the Mobile County District Attorney’s office where I represented the State in the Juvenile and Adult Court Systems, at both the District and Circuit Court levels. In addition to my regular duties as an Assistant District Attorney, I gave the District Attorney’s weekly “Early Warning Truancy Address” to children attending schools throughout Mobile County along with their parents to insure an understanding of the laws that govern truancy, while underscoring the importance of a good education. I also learned our judicial system from within and the perspective needed to obtain a winning decision.

Moreover, in 1999, I earned my Bachelors Degree in Business Management, Cum Laude, from the University of Mobile while working full time at Kimberly-Clark Corp. Following graduation, I enrolled at Miles Law School in Fairfield, AL. While studying at Miles, I served as Student Bar Association Vice-President in 2004 and President in 2005. While in law school, I worked full time as Judicial Law Clerk to Circuit Judge Eugene R. Verin, Tenth Judicial Circuit, Jefferson County, Alabama. Although employed full time and active in the Birmingham community, I graduated as the class valedictorian in 2005 from Law School.

Striving to serve the community, I was elected President of the 2008 class of Leadership Mobile. I currently serve as President of the Mobile Chapter of the Alabama Citizens for Constitutional Reform and the Vernon Z. Crawford, Bay Area Bar Association. In addition, I serve on the Board of Directors for the Dearborn Street YMCA, 15 Place Homeless Shelter, as well as the Executive Committees of the Mobile Bar Association and the Alabama Lawyer’s Association.

As the product of a family dedicated to community service for nearly a century, I am proud to carry on that tradition. My grandfather, Dr. James A. Franklin, a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Medical School in 1914, served Mobile’s medical needs for 53 years. The Franklin Memorial Primary Health Clinics were named in his honor. Continuing the legacy, my parents, the late Mr. James H. Finley, Sr. and Mrs. Joycelyn Franklin Finley started out as educators. My father opened the first African-American owned chain of drug stores in the state of Alabama (Finley’s Drug Stores). His efforts also helped to send the first African American State Representatives from Mobile to the State House in 1972. My mother taught history in Public Schools across the nation, including 25 years in the Mobile County Public School System. As Civil Rights Advocates, they instilled an early sense of social responsibility and commitment to the physical and spiritual health of one’s community.

I have taken up their torch of community stewardship as I strive to protect the rights of those in need. It is my goal to ensure that our clients are treated fairly and with the respect and dignity they deserve.

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