Rhonda Chambers throws name into Supreme Court run

BIRMINGHAM, AL  Rhonda Chambers formally announced her campaign for the Alabama Supreme Court Tuesday morning. Chambers is a veteran attorney with more than 20 years experience in appellate courts.

"My two decades of experience, specializing in appellate practice have equipped me as an expert in Alabama appellate procedure with an unparalleled knowledge and understanding of the rule of law and our State's courts," said Rhonda Chambers. "It would be the honor of a lifetime to represent the people of Alabama on our State's highest court."

Chambers has practiced law in Birmingham since 1989 and now has over twenty years experience in Alabama courtrooms. She's even handled a case before Supreme Court of the United States.

A Birmingham native, Chambers studied at Judson College where she received an undergraduate degree in Business Administration. She then attended Samford University Cumberland School of Law where she graduated in 1989.  Her husband of 17 years, William R. Chambers Jr. is a veteran federal prosecutor. They and their son Logan attend Brookwood Baptist Church in Birmingham.

Chambers is running for the seat being vacated by the retirement of Justice Patti Smith. While she is unopposed in the Primary, she will face Republican Judge Kelli Wise in November.