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Alexis L. Mays

Alexis L. Mays

Associate

118 East Garden Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502

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Office: 850-436-7000
Fax: 850-436-7099
Additional Offices: Mobile

Licensed in both Alabama and Florida, Alexis works out of both our Mobile and Pensacola Offices, defending cases from Jacksonville to Huntsville.  Alexis concentrates her practice in the areas of construction defect litigation and professional liability, defending General Contractors, Subcontractors, Professional Engineers, Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Appraisers, Attorneys and other professions against claims brought against them.  She also handles personal injury/premises liability defense; real estate and commercial transactions; and first-party insurance/coverage work, including pre-suit negotiations and investigations.  Knowing that one of the worst days for a person is when they receive service of a pending complaint, Alexis advocates for her clients in the most efficient way to maximize beneficial outcomes.  In the commercial arena, Alexis assists business owners seeking to expand their presence throughout the Gulf Coast.

Alexis consistently achieves positive outcomes for her clients both in the Courtroom, ranging from jury defense verdicts, most recently on behalf of a Homeowners’ Association accused of alleged mismanagement, to multiple summary judgments clearing her clients of all liability to several dismissals with prejudice during the pleadings stage, and through favorable results without judicial intervention.  Alexis has received several awards of damages on behalf of her clients based upon these successful outcomes, including the recovery of attorney’s fees spent having to defend improperly filed or litigated claims.

Alexis joined Galloway after graduating from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.  During law school, she served as an Associate Editor for the Cumberland Law Review and published a Case Note on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.  Alexis is also a member of the inaugural class of the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court for the Cumberland School of Law as well as a former Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow for the Lawyering and Legal Reasoning program at Cumberland.  In addition to her work at the school, Alexis is a former judicial law clerk for the Circuit Court of Baldwin County, Alabama, and a former judicial extern for a Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of Alabama.

First declaring she was going to be lawyer during her Kindergarten career day, Alexis participated in several mock trial and legal societies in both middle and high school, and has been working the legal field since graduating from high school.   In her spare time, she enjoys watching Football, reading, and spend time with her family on the Beaches and waters of the Gulf Coast.

OVERVIEW

Licensed in both Alabama and Florida, Alexis works out of both our Mobile and Pensacola Offices, defending cases from Jacksonville to Huntsville.  Alexis concentrates her practice in the areas of construction defect litigation and professional liability, defending General Contractors, Subcontractors, Professional Engineers, Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Appraisers, Attorneys and other professions against claims brought against them.  She also handles personal injury/premises liability defense; real estate and commercial transactions; and first-party insurance/coverage work, including pre-suit negotiations and investigations.  Knowing that one of the worst days for a person is when they receive service of a pending complaint, Alexis advocates for her clients in the most efficient way to maximize beneficial outcomes.  In the commercial arena, Alexis assists business owners seeking to expand their presence throughout the Gulf Coast.

Alexis consistently achieves positive outcomes for her clients both in the Courtroom, ranging from jury defense verdicts, most recently on behalf of a Homeowners’ Association accused of alleged mismanagement, to multiple summary judgments clearing her clients of all liability to several dismissals with prejudice during the pleadings stage, and through favorable results without judicial intervention.  Alexis has received several awards of damages on behalf of her clients based upon these successful outcomes, including the recovery of attorney’s fees spent having to defend improperly filed or litigated claims.

Alexis joined Galloway after graduating from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.  During law school, she served as an Associate Editor for the Cumberland Law Review and published a Case Note on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.  Alexis is also a member of the inaugural class of the Judge James Edwin Horton Inn of Court for the Cumberland School of Law as well as a former Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow for the Lawyering and Legal Reasoning program at Cumberland.  In addition to her work at the school, Alexis is a former judicial law clerk for the Circuit Court of Baldwin County, Alabama, and a former judicial extern for a Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of Alabama.

First declaring she was going to be lawyer during her Kindergarten career day, Alexis participated in several mock trial and legal societies in both middle and high school, and has been working the legal field since graduating from high school.   In her spare time, she enjoys watching Football, reading, and spend time with her family on the Beaches and waters of the Gulf Coast.

EDUCATION & ADMISSIONS

Education

  • Cumberland School of Law, JD, Associate Editor – Cumberland Law Review
  • Franklin University, BS, Business Administration, cum laude

Admissions

  • Florida
  • Alabama
  • All Federal Courts in Florida and Alabama

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • American Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Association
  • Alabama Bar Association
  • The Pensacola American Inns of Courts