At Canterbury Law, we like to keep things focused.
Whether that’s the legal advice we give, our commitment to our clients, or our no-fuss approach to business, what you want is plain-speaking, expertly-sourced, laser-focused expertise.
We don’t need expensive, high-rise offices to be great at what we do. Instead, we focus our resources on helping you, our clients. That means you get tailored legal counsel and the best legal advice for a fair price.
We know that relationships matter. We’re not interested in being just another “hired gun” — we want to get to know you, your business, and your goals. We want to be by your side when you review that important contract, to provide advice on negotiating that lease as your business expands, or to help you hire your first employees.
Your success is our success, and that means partnership and trust.
Keith graduated Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery, Alabama in 1983. After graduating, he divided time between college and working in the commercial construction industry.
Keith worked for a large commercial general contractor where his projects included a 40-story high-rise on the banks of Lake Pontchartrain, an 18-story hotel renovation in downtown New Orleans, and an international airport renovation and expansion in Richmond, Virginia.
After his time in the construction industry, Keith continued his studies, earning a BA in 1992 (University of Alabama) and a JD in 1995. (University of Alabama School of Law).
While in law school Keith served as a Senior Editor for the Journal of the Legal Profession, as a Justice on the Student Honor Court, and as a member of the University of Alabama’s prestigious American Bar Association National Trial Team. Keith is a member of the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society and he receieved the George "Peach" Taylor Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy.
Admitted to practice in Alabama and in the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama in 1995, Keith began his own practice in 1997. Keith has been a featured speaker for trade associations, client training programs, and legal continuing education programs.
Married to Linda since 1997, Keith and Linda have one son, Christopher, and one adopted four-legged child called Churchill. Keith enjoys playing guitar, golf, and attending Alabama sporting events.
Keith has served as an officer and board member to numerous non-profit, civic, religious, and athletic booster organizations. He is a Bible teacher who teaches two classes each week, is a frequent speaker at churches throughout West Alabama, and is a member of Gideons International.
Keith can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org