Linda Perry has been a licensed attorney in the state of Alabama since 1982. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and journalism from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama and earned her law degree from Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. Linda is a second-generation attorney and became a founding partner of Perry & Perry, PC with her father Ralph J. Perry after graduating from law school and passing the Alabama Bar.
She has successfully handled many cases in sexual harassment, employment discrimination, and wrongful termination. She was also admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Alabama and the 5th and 11th Circuit Court of Appeals where she represented clients in appellate actions and participated in several oral arguments in the Alabama appellate courts.
From 2011 to 2017 Linda focused her legal work on personal injury, general business, and transactional law, gaining significant experience in art and entertainment law and intellectual property law along the way. Since October 2017, Linda has been an associate attorney with Andy Citrin Injury Attorneys where she specifically handles personal injury cases involving automobile and truck collisions, premises liability, and civil plaintiff’s litigation.
In addition to helping people with legal issues, Linda has devoted a significant part of her life to being an artist. She has been an accomplished oil painter for the past 24 years and has had her work featured in individual, institutional, and corporate collections. Her paintings have also been recognized in exhibitions in the United States and internationally. Furthermore, she has been teaching painting since 2004 and is active in local organizations and charities for the arts. Linda’s work is represented by Bennett Galleries in Nashville and other galleries across Alabama and the U.S.
Linda, a proud mother of three, has dedicated her life and career to her passion for art and protecting injured individual’s legal rights.
Licenses and Certifications
- Alabama State Bar
- Supreme Court of Alabama
- 5th and 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
- Alabama State Bar
- B.A., Spring Hill College (1979)
- J.D., Cumberland School of Law (1982)