Faith Perdue, a Tuscaloosa native, was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2014. Faith is a member of the firm’s Opelika/Auburn office, and she is engaged in a general practice with an emphasis on litigation and education. Prior to attending law school, Faith received her Master of Arts degree in Special Education and Multiple Abilities from the University of Alabama. During her time at Tulane Law, Faith was chosen as a Scholar for the Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives, where she actively participated in a New Orleans charter school to improve student college readiness. During her third year at Tulane Law, Faith served as a Student Attorney in the Tulane Juvenile Litigation Clinic where she represented clients involved in juvenile delinquency and had the opportunity to argue before the Orleans Parish Juvenile Court.