Harrison and Gammons is proud of its long history in the Huntsville legal community. James G. “Bo” Harrison, a Huntsville native, began his legal career as a high school student working in the well-respected firm of Watts, Salmon, Roberts, and Stephens. After graduating from law school at the University of Alabama, Bo joined Arthur Stephens and Paul Millirons and together they formed Stephens, Millirons, and Harrison in 1973. Jeri W. Blankenship joined the firm in 1978 and left the firm for the bench, becoming the first woman Circuit Court judge and first woman Presiding judge in Madison County, Alabama. Bruce Williams joined the firm in 1983 and also left the firm when he was elected to the bench in Madison County, serving first as District Court judge and then as Circuit Court judge and also as Presiding judge. Upon his retirement, he re-joined the firm as Of Counsel. In 1995, Robert Gammons joined the firm. Today, the firm continues as Harrison and Gammons, consisting of 10 attorneys.
Harrison and Gammons is proud to be a full-service law firm, providing representation of clients at all stages of their lives: from purchasing a first home to domestic relations matters, to real estate investing, business matters and litigation, mediation of civil and domestic disputes, and onto estate planning and probate work. Harrison Gammons is able to walk you through the legal challenges of your life journey while developing a trusting relationship with you along the way. Our commitment is to provide excellent representation, advice, and advocacy and to develop long-term relationships with our clients.