Law School - Alabama, University of
Bar Admission - 9/28/2001
Law Office Locations:
Geographic Areas Served:
All Alabama Counties, Beasley Allen also handles cases throughout the United States.
H. Clay Barnett, III focuses primarily on the Average Wholesale Price (AWP) litigation. He represents the states of Alabama, Mississippi, Kansas, Hawaii and Alaska in fraud actions filed against a long list of pharmaceutical companies in Beasley Allen's Consumer Fraud Section.
Areas of Practice:
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama (2006)
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama (2001)
Alabama State Bar
Mississippi State Bar
American Association for Justice
Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association
Montgomery County Bar Association
Hugh Maddox Inn of Court
Annual River Region United Way Attorney Campaign Chairman
MGM Young Lawyers Board Member
2009 Father Walter's Memorial Golf Tournament Chair
H. Clay Barnett, III is a 2001 graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law. In the year following his graduation, Clay clerked for Mobile County Circuit Judge James C. Wood. In addition to attending Law School at UA, Clay attended undergraduate school at the University, where he received his B.S in Marketing in 1997.
Clay Barnett, III has served as chairman of the River Region United Way Attorney Campaign and currently serves on the board of directors of the Britton YMCA. Since 2004, Clay has coached various local high school mock trial teams in the Alabama YMCA High School Mock Trial Competition. In addition, Clay has taken two different Alabama state teams to the National High School Mock Trial Competition (2006 and 2010).
H. Clay Barnett served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Alabama, practicing under both Bill Pryor and Troy King. He practiced briefly as an appellate attorney before transferring into the Attorney General's Criminal Trials Division, where he prosecuted a wide variety of cases across the state.
Clay Barnett, III built an extensive trial resume, prosecuting both jury and non-jury cases with offenses ranging from theft to Capital Murder.
Clay Barnett, III also served in the Attorney General's White Collar / Public Corruption Division, where he prosecuted numerous public officials who had wrongly used their offices for personal gain and deprived Alabama's citizens of their right to honest government.
In 2006, the United States Department of Justice appointed Clay Barnett, III as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. Following his appointment, he and his fellow prosecution team members tried and convicted three high profile defendants in a widely followed public corruption trial in the Federal District Court in Mobile, Alabama.