Alicia began practicing law in Birmingham in 1999, and joined Starnes Davis Florie LLP in 2002. She is a partner in the firm. Alicia’s practice is currently devoted to the defense of long-term care/nursing home facilities in wrongful death and negligence actions. Before focusing exclusively on nursing home litigation, Alicia represented physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers in medical malpractice cases, participating in several jury trials. In addition, Alicia defended financial institutions, including banks and mortgage companies, in commercial litigation matters.
Prior to working at Starnes, Alicia defended employers in labor and employment matters, including sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation claims brought under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and lawsuits brought under the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act. Alicia also represented financial institutions in adversary proceedings and creditors in collection matters.
- AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings, TM.
- Selected by her peers for inclusion in "Best Lawyers in America"
- Member of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association
- Member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI)
- Member of the Alabama State Bar and the Birmingham Bar Association, including the Women Lawyers Section. She has served on the Public Service, Grievance, Medical Liaison and Membership committees of the Birmingham Bar
- While in law school, Alicia served as an editor of the "Alabama Law Review" and was a member of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board
- Alicia has been appointed to the Board for The ARC of Jefferson County and is a member of Dawson Memorial Baptist Church and a supporter of Forgotten Children Ministries, an organization that rescues homeless boys from the streets of Honduras.
- Previously, Alicia was a member of the Charter Class of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Leadership UAB and served on the Young Supporters Board of the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Presentations and Publications
- Every Day Decisions That May Affect The Outcome of Litigation, Labor & Employment Disputes, And Your Surveys, 2015 Alabama Nursing Home Association Mid-Year Convention, Orange Beach, FL, April 27-28, 2015.
- The Triple Threat of Drafting, Executing and Enforcing the Perfect Arbitration Agreements, and Considerations Once You Get There, presented at the American Conference Institute’s 5th Annual Forum on Preventing and Defending Long Term Care Litigation, January 30, 2015 (Miami, FL).
- “Types of Damages in an Injury Suit,” a publication presented at two seminars hosted by the National Business Institute, October 22, 2014 (Huntsville, AL) and October 23, 2014 (Birmingham, AL).
- “Waiving Your Right to Arbitration: An Overview of Legal Actions that May Be Considered an Invocation of the Litigation Process and Result in Prejudice to the Opposing Party,” The Defense Research Institute’s Medlaw Update Newsletter, Vol. 17, Issue 1, February 2012.
News & Insights
- Twenty-Seven SDF Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America 2019
- Twenty-Six SDF Lawyers Listed in the 2018 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
- Twenty Starnes Davis Florie Attorneys Named to the 2017 Edition of Best Lawyers®
- Twenty Starnes Davis Florie Attorneys Named to the 2016 Edition of Best Lawyers®
- Starnes Davis Florie Attorney Alicia Harrison Presents at American Conference Institute’s National Forum
- SDF Attorneys Harrison & Whillock Present at Two NBI Seminars
- SDF Attorneys and Staff Dedicate Time to Volunteer for Servis Juris Day
- Alicia Harrison Publishes Article in DRI’s Medlaw Update
- Starnes Attorney Alicia Harrison Publishes Article in DRI’s Newsletter
- NAWL Publishes 2010 National Survey
Alicia is an avid exerciser and is a member of Resolute Running, IronTribe Fitness – a CrossFit affiliate. She has completed several marathons and half marathons. Alicia is a mother of twins and enjoying spending time with her family and traveling.