Ken Perry Law Firm, LLC Announces the Hiring of Sharon Hamilton Broach

Ken Perry Law Firm, LLC is extremely pleased to add Sharon Hamilton Broach to its team.  The firm’s founder, Ken Perry, noted, “We have known Sharon for a number of years, and she has always impressed us both professionally and civically.  Sharon brings with her a wealth of experience in a number of areas served by our firm, including labor and employment, medical malpractice, and catastrophic injury.  Moreover, as noted by her peers, Sharon always approaches serious litigation with the ‘right touch,’ and we believe that characteristic will inure to the benefit of our clients navigating their way through legal challenges.  We are excited and honored to have Sharon join our firm.” 

Sharon obtained Bachelor of Science and Master’s degrees from Howard University.  She later attended law school at the University of Alabama, where she was an editor for the Law and Psychology Review.  In addition to her time in private practice, she also held federal judicial clerkships for the Honorable UW Clemon (Ret.) and the Honorable Abdul Kallon.  Civically, Sharon serves on the boards of directors for the YWCA of Central Alabama and the College Choice Foundation.  Sharon is married to Anthony Broach, and the couple has two children.

Ken Perry Law Firm, LLC is a boutique litigation firm focusing on handling complex litigation—including products liability, life sciences, and catastrophic injury defense, as well as other commercial litigation—for business entities. The firm’s target clients include Fortune 500 and multi-national entities; however, the firm also represents mid-size and smaller companies facing complex legal challenges. The firm prides itself in providing exceptional client service; however, it also emphasizes public service and stewardship.  The firm expects to grow adding other lawyers committed to outstanding client service and community involvement.

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