Life happens. We fix it.
McLure Law brings solutions where they’re needed most.
Our practice areas include Family Law, Debt Relief – Bankruptcy, Asset Protection & Estate Planning, Business Consulting & Risk Planning, Immigration, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Employment Law, Civil Rights & Constitutional Law, and Government Affairs.
The McLure Law Firm speaks for you. We advocate on behalf of individual’s in need, families in crisis, and businesses on the rise. The McLure Law Firm brings positive outcomes in areas of family law, criminal defense, personal injury, debt relief – bankruptcy, and more.
Uncharted waters need a navigator. We are here for you. The difference between landing successfully at your destination and being shipwrecked is often the quality of your counselors. We’ve been there … and we’ve helped others successfully navigate the same waters.
Relentless, trustworthy, faithful, tenacious … these are all the qualities you need in an attorney. These are the qualities you will find at the McLure Law Firm. We are doing something different at the McLure Law Firm – listening to you … and protecting what maters most.
Sam McLure graduated from Huntington College in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration. Before transferring to Huntington College, he attended Bethune-Cookman University as the first minority-white running back in the historically black conference.
He went on to Jones School of Law and graduated with honors, cum laude. During law school, Sam had the distinguished honor of serving with the Faulkner Law Review, clerking with Supreme Court Justice Patricia Smith, clerking with the Attorney General’s Office, and studying International Law with Cornell University in Paris, France.
However, Sam’s most memorable law school achievement was adopting his first child from the Hungarian foster-care system. It was through that process that he and his wife saw the great need to protect children in the foster care system and to encourage adoption.
Sam’s law practice has maintained an orbit around protecting vulnerable and at-risk children. He and his wife have four children and have been actively engaged in the foster care system. Sam is the author of The End of Orphan Care, and book devoted to unpacking the orthodoxy and orthopraxy of orphan care. He has also founded or served with ministries and community outreach initiatives such as Kiwanis, Personhood Alabama, Proposal 16, and Sav-a-Life Pregnancy Resource Center.