• LITIGATION & MEDIATION
  • BUSINESS AND CONTRACT DISPUTES
  • FAMILY AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS MATTERS
  • COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
  • PERSONAL INJURY
  • CLASS ACTIONS AND MASS TORTS

Brian D. Turner, Jr. has represented a wide range of clients facing many types of issues. He has helped families put the pieces back together and represented small businesses facing today's challenges.  Brian has successfully represented clients in many forums, from local courthouses to national mass tort claims. He is also a trained Collaborative Law professional. Brian brings this wide range of experience to every legal matter he handles. He has worked on national litigation committees, including steering committees and various sub-committees for several pharmaceutical mass tort litigation matters. Through all of this, he has found that most disputes are resolvable when the parties take the time to listen to one another. Brian's experience, knowledge of the law, and creativity, along with his representing the varied interests of individuals and businesses, plaintiffs and defendants, has given him a unique and insightful perspective allowing him to effectively serve his clients.


Brian graduated from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 1995 and received formal training as a mediator for civil and family law matters. He has been a member of the Alabama Civil Court Mediator Roster since 2002.


Brian has served in leadership roles in the Alabama State Bar and the Birmingham Bar Association. He has worked on national litigation committees, including steering committees and various sub-committees for several pharmaceutical mass tort litigation matters. He is a member of both the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and Birmingham Collaborative Alliance. Brian is also a member of the Better Business Bureau's panel of mediators.


Community involvement is very important to Brian. He has been involved in various charitable events around Birmingham. He serves as a pro bono mediator for the Jefferson and Shelby County, Alabama domestic relations courts. He also provides legal services to the Big Oak Ranch, an organization that provides homes for children in need.