ABOUT JARED N. LYLES P.C.
Jared N. Lyles, P.C. was founded over a decade ago as a general legal practice firm with one goal in mind: to provide you with high-quality, cost-effective legal advocacy while maintaining an unsurpassed commitment to the attorney-client relationship that is crucial in the practice of law. Since the firm began, we have been able to provide that type of advocacy to numerous people throughout Baldwin County.
Our goal is to provide compassionate and effective representation to each and every client. We strive to create and maintain a personal relationship with every client; we feel the best way to know what our client wants is to know our client well. Using the foundation of a personal relationship with our clients, we are able to pursue the optimum result through imaginative and innovative strategy, creative and efficient case development, and effective in-court representation.
I was born in Mississippi and moved to Baldwin County when I was eight years old. I grew up with numerous attorneys in my family so the law was always in my blood. I graduated from Fairhope High School, and went on to receive a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama. Upon graduation, I was accepted into the University of Alabama School of Law. While at Alabama, I met my wife, who is an elementary school teacher in the Baldwin County Public School System. Two days after graduation, we got married in Tuscaloosa, and returned to Baldwin County, Alabama. In 2005, I opened my law firm at my fist location in Silverhill. I stayed in that office for nearly a decade, before I bought and renovated the historic home where the office currently is at 16095 Silverhill Avenue.
I am a member of Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Roberstdale, Alabama. I also am currently serving as Mayor pro tempore of the Town of Silverhill; I was first elected to the Town Council in 2007, and have served on the Council since that time.
PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT / ACHIEVEMENT
Journal of Law and Psychology, Alabama School of Law - Senior Editor
Author, "The Buying of Justice: Perversion of the Legal System through Interest Groups’ Involvement with the Partisan Election of Judges." 27 Law & Psychol. Rev. 121. Vol. 27, Spring 2003.