Huntsville lawyer Richard Raleigh becomes president of Alabama State Bar


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MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Huntsville attorney Richard Raleigh is the new president of the Alabama State Bar.

Raleigh was installed at the group's weekend meeting. He will serve a one-year term as the leader of the State Bar's 17,600 members.

Raleigh is a University of Alabama Law School graduate and served in the Army before joining a Huntsville law firm. He is now the managing shareholder at Wilmer & Lee.

Montgomery attorney Lee Copeland is the State Bar's president-elect.

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