Tempe Smith

About Tempe

Attorney Tempe Smith loves helping people from all backgrounds and all walks of life, everyone from farmers to doctors. Several months ago she found herself in a courtroom in Kansas City, Kansas, watching as a jury awarded $218 million dollars to her clients, over 7,000 Kansas corn farmers. In that moment, she felt an enormous amount of pride. She was proud to see the result of all the hard work that her team had poured into the case; she was proud to know that they had won against some of the best lawyers in the country; and she was most proud to know that her clients had finally obtained the justice they deserved. Moments like these are the reason that Tempe became a lawyer.

Whether she is working on a class action, commercial, or personal injury case, Tempe applies the same drive and determination to each case she works on. She understands how difficult and overwhelming the legal process can be for ordinary individuals, which is why she offers open communication and compassionate guidance for all of her clients. She affords every unique case the level of personalized attention it deserves and always strives for the justice and fair recovery her clients are owed.

When she is not busy being a lawyer, Tempe enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking, hiking, and watching Alabama football.


Tempe is a graduate of Mary Washington College in Virginia, and the University of Alabama School of Law. While in law school, she was on the Alabama Law Review, the Jessup Moot Court Team, and was an associate justice on the Honor Court. She was awarded the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society’s “Outstanding Senior” award. Tempe was a Hugo L. Black Scholar and was elected to the Order of the Coif, an honor reserved for those who graduate in the top 10% of their class.

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