Maxwell Law Firm is proud to announce a major relationship agreement with Miles College Athletics, making Maxwell Law Firm "The Official Law Firm of Miles College Athletics." The exclusive partnership spans to 2022.
This historic partnership encompasses several aspects of the Miles Athletics, including Miles College Football, integrates promotions, and internet marketing. Additionally, Maxwell will support the Miles College Book Scholarship Fund.
"This wide-ranging partnership brings together two dynamic brands - Birmingham's flagship educational institution and one of Birmingham's largest homegrown Civil Rights Firms - in a robust marketing effort," said Charlie Duffield, Executive Administrator of Maxwell Law Firm. "With an incredible athletics program, a deeply committed fan base, and consistently ranking as one of the top colleges in the Southeast, Miles College Athletics is the perfect fit with Maxwell's heritage as a community-focused, values-guided law firm. This partnership underscores Maxwell's commitment to Miles and its fans as well as Maxwell's confidence in Miles' exciting future as a leading educational and athletic institution."
About Maxwell Law Firm
The Maxwell Law Firm is a premier Birmingham personal injury law firm known statewide for providing outstanding legal advice and excellent representation. We focus on personal injury, auto accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, wrongful death, social security disability, and mass torts throughout Alabama.
In addition, the Maxwell Law Firm is familiar with the deep roots of prejudice and injustice, and are passionate in advocating on behalf of individuals and groups who continue to experience discrimination and other civil rights violations. Our office is in Birmingham, Alabama, one of the birth places of the Civil Rights movement. We have a proven track record of obtaining a full range of remedies for our clients, including compensation, injunctive relief to undo the effects of civil rights violations on individuals and groups, and punitive damages to change the future behavior of defendants.