The state capitol of Alabama, Montgomery not only is the heartbeat of state government, but also the home of Maxwell Air Force Base and Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama. The city is home to a local minor league baseball team, the Biscuits, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Alabama State University, Huntingdon College, Faulkner University and Auburn University-Montgomery. The dichotomy of being known as the birthplace of the civil rights movement and the first capitol of the confederacy make Montgomery an historically paradoxical place steeped in rich history. The Rosa Parks Museum, Civil Rights Memorial and Little White House of the Confederacy are a few of the most visited landmarks.
The Montgomery, Alabama office opened in 2000 when Robert D. Reynolds joined the firm. In 2003, Robert purchased the Mary Baldwin House, a classic and well-preserved home built in 1874. The Montgomery office operates from this beautiful and historic location at the corner of South Perry Street and Scott Street. In 2018 the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial to Peace and Justice opened and thousands of visitors have flocked to Montgomery to see these remarkable and moving places.