Christian & Small Welcomes New Associate

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W. Steven Nichols rejoins Christian & Small LLP

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I am excited and ready to continue my legal career at Christian & Small

The law firm of Christian & Small LLP, headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, announced today that W. Steven Nichols has rejoined the firm as an Associate focusing on areas such as product liability, premises liability, business, personal injury, transportation and insurance law.

“I am excited and ready to continue my legal career at Christian & Small,” Nichols said. “I was drawn to the firm’s supportive collegial atmosphere and culture that fosters and encourages professional development.”

Nichols is very involved in the Birmingham legal community including being a member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI), Alabama Defense Lawyers Association (ADLA), as well as the Alabama State Bar and Birmingham Bar Associations. Nichols graduated from the University Of Alabama School Of Law, where he was senior editor of the Alabama Law Review, president of its ADLA chapter, a member of both the Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society and the Farrah Law Society, and was awarded the Dean’s Community Service Award.

Outside the office, Nichols enjoys spending time with his wife and son. He coaches Little League football and is passionate about his work with Central Alabama’s King’s Home.

About Christian & Small LLP
Christian & Small represents a diverse clientele throughout Alabama, the Southeast and the nation with clients ranging from individuals and closely held businesses to Fortune 500 corporations. By matching highly experienced lawyers with specific client needs, Christian & Small develops innovative, effective and efficient solutions for clients. Christian & Small focuses on the areas of litigation, business and tax and is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms and the only Alabama member firm in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.

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