Robert L. Beeman, II's Biography
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Robert L. Beeman, II
Graduating summa cum laude from East Carolina University, Mr. Beeman was not only the valedictorian but also the captain of the football team and a three time letter recipient. In 1991, Mr. Beeman was the Texasgulf Male Scholar Athlete of the Year and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity’s Collegiate Man of the Year. Immediately after graduation, Mr. Beeman pursued a law degree from Harvard University, where he was the editor of the BlackLetter Law Review and graduated in 1994. After law school, Mr. Beeman served as a clerk for Judge Ira DeMent and later as an associate attorney at Lehr Middlebrooks, et. al. Currently, Mr. Beeman is an attorney for the Protective Life Corporation, a youth minister at Woodland Park Church of Christ, a law professor at the Birmingham School of Law, and a volunteer football coach at Gresham middle School.
Mr. Beeman also serves on the Boards of the following organizations: the Ledonia S. Wright Cultural Center, the AG Gaston Boys and Girls Club, and the Non-profit Resource Center of Alabama. He also sits on the steering committee for Project Corporate Leadership.