Lea Mosley Hicks
Lea Mosley Hicks, whose family has lived in and been active members of the community in Marshall County since the
1800's, joined the firm in 2008. After graduating from Arab High School in 2001, Mrs. Hicks attended the University
of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, receiving a Bachelors degree in Human Environmental Sciences and Philosophy, and obtained
her Juris Doctorate at the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama in 2008.
While at Cumberland, Mrs. Hicks clerked for Madison County Presiding Circuit Judge William Bell, Madison County
District Attorney Tim Morgan, and District Attorney Bob Burrell of Dekalb County. During her final year of law
school, Mrs. Hicks began clerking for McLaughlin & Edmondson and stayed on as an associate upon being admitted to
the Alabama State Bar. In 2017, she was named a partner of the firm.
Mrs. Hicks was a member of Marshall County Leaderships 2011 Class, served as President of the Marshall County
Bar Association in 2011, served as Vice President of Family Services of North Alabama, and as a member of the ARTS
Board. Mrs. Hicks is married to Josh Hicks, also from Marshall County, and they have one daughter, Avery Hemingway.