Lawyer Profile

Lynlee Palmer
Harbuck Keith & Holmes, LLC
3595 Grandview Parkway, Suite 400
Birmingham, AL, 35243
Phone | 205-547-5553

Law School - University of Alabama School of Law
Bar Admission - 9/28/2001

Law Office Locations: Birmingham

Geographic Areas Served: All Counties in Alabama


Lynlee Palmer is a member of the Labor & Employment practice group.

Areas of Practice:

Labor & Employment

Alabama, 2001
United States Court of Appeals for the
     Eleventh Circuit
United States District Courts for the Northern,
     Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama
Supreme Court of the United States, 2010

Alabama State Bar
     Labor & Employment
     Women Lawyers, and Young Lawyers Sections
Birmingham Bar Association
     Professional Ethics Committee, (2002–2004)
     Young Lawyers and Women Lawyers Sections, (2002–present)
American Bar Association
     Labor and Employment Law Section
     Equal Employment Opportunity Committee
     Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee
American Bar Association
     Section of Litigation: Employment and Labor Relations Committee
     Woman Advocate Committee
     Ethics & Professionalism Committee
     Young Advocates Committee
American Bar Association
     Young Lawyers Division: Labor & Employment Committee
     Litigation Committee
     Ethics & Professionalism Committee


The University of Virginia, B.A., with distinction, 1998
The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2001

Lynlee Palmer was named a “Rising Star” in Employment litigation by Alabama Super Lawyers in 2010.


Lynlee Palmer is a member of the Labor & Employment practice group. Ms. Palmer's practice focuses on employment counseling & litigation and regulatory compliance.

Representing management in all aspects of labor and employment law, Lynlee Palmer regularly advises employers of all sizes on federal and state employment laws, including employment discrimination and retaliation, harassment, wage and hour issues, employee leave issues, employment policies and procedures and wrongful discharge.

Articles and Publications:
Trying it Again for the First Time: Judicial Treatment of Arbitral Decisions in Subsequent Title VII Cases, 52 ALA. L. REV. 1077 (2001).

Employment Discrimination Law (BNA), Chapter Monitor (2008–present)

Rantings of a Partner . . . and Pushback from the Associate, Contributor (2011)


“Looking Forward, Looking Back” (August 2011)

“Making Partner, Finding Your Equation for Success” (January 2011)

“ICE, ICE Baby: I–9 Compliance” (November 2010; March 2011)

“What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You” (May 2010)

“Pointers for the New Partner” (February 2010)

Resolutions to Avoid Employment Law Issues in 2010(January 2010)

“Social Media in the Workplace” (November 2009, May 2010)

“What Employers Can Expect from the Obama Administration” (January 2009)

“The Top Ten Labor and Employment Issues in the Healthcare Field” (January 2008)

“The Bermuda Triangle: the ADA, FMLA and Workers’ Compensation” (January 2007, March 2007, September 2007, May 2009)

“Avoiding Liability for Violating an Employee's Privacy Rights” (May 2006)

“Five Mistakes Health Care Employers Make” (November 2006)

Big Brother at Work (May 2005)


Home     Lawyer Referral Login     Contact Us     Founding Members    Resources     Alabama Directory    County Directory   City Directory 

Accidents & Injury    Appeals    Banking & Finance    Bankruptcy   Business & Corporate    Civil Rights   Commercial Litigation  Construction

Consumer  Contract     Criminal Defense      Divorce & Family     DUI & Misdemeanor     Education     Elder Law     Employment     Environmental   

ERISA Defense     ERISA Plaintiff   General Practice   Healthcare    Insurance   IP & Technology  Juvenile Law   Landlord & Tenant   Maritime Law  

Mediation & Arbitration     Pharmaceutical   Product Liability   Public Sector    Real Estate     Social Security     Taxation    Trust & Estate 

 Wills & Probate     Workers Comp

This website is in no way intended to constitute and does not constitute legal advice. There is no attorney/client relationship created by reading or viewing this website. Any information that you might send to any lawyer or law firm via email may not be confidential, privileged, or secure. Sending email does not create an attorney/client relationship with any lawyer or law firm on this website.

No representation has been made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services to be performed by other lawyers.