Law School - Alabama, University of
Bar Admission - 4/30/1999
Law Office Locations:
Geographic Areas Served:
All Alabama Counties, Beasley Allen also handles cases throughout the United States.
Roman Shaul practices in the Consumer Fraud section of Beasley Allen.
Areas of Practice:
Eastern District of Tennessee (2010)
Western District of Texas (2010)
Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana (2010)
Northern District of Florida (2009)
Middle District of Tennessee (2009)
Central District of Illinois (2009)
Western District of Tennessee (2007)
Southern District of West Virginia (2005)
West Virginia (2005)
South Carolina (2002)
U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit (2002)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas (2001)
U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit (2001)
U.S. District Court for Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi (2000)
U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit (2000)
U.S. District Court for Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama (1999)
U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit (1999)
Alabama State Bar (President, Young Lawyers Division)
Christian Trial Lawyers Association
Mississippi State Bar
Arkansas State Bar
South Carolina State Bar
West Virginia State Bar
Tennessee State Bar
American Bar Association
American Trial Lawyers Association
Alabama Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Governors)
Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association (Lifetime Sustaining Member)
Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association
Montgomery County Trial Lawyers Association
Montgomery County Bar Association
Tuscaloosa County Bar Association
Fifth Circuit Bar Association
Board of Directors, Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice
Co-Chair, Alabama State Bar's "Wills for Heroes"
As an undergraduate at the University of Alabama, Roman Shaul received a four-year debate team scholarship and subsequently received All-American honors in his senior season. While on the debate team at Alabama, he helped them win two National Forensic Team Championships. He graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in 1995, then attended the University of Alabama School of Law, where he earned his J.D. in 1998.
Roman Shaul is involved with a number of civic and charitable organizations. He presently serves on the Board of Directors for the Alabama Appleseed Foundation, a non-partisan, multi-issue advocacy organization that seeks to identify root causes of injustice and inequality. The organization seeks to craft practical and lasting solutions through legal advocacy, community involvement and policy expertise.
Roman Shaul joined Beasley Allen Law firm in 2000 and practices in the Consumer Fraud section. He has handled many complex litigation matters including national class actions and mass actions (individual cases with hundreds and often thousands of individual plaintiffs). He has been lead counsel in a large number of national class actions. Roman Shaul's practice areas include Appellate Advocacy, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Civil Fraud, Predatory Lending and Finance. He has successfully handled cases in over 15 states and litigated in over 30 federal jurisdictions around the country.
Roman Shaul has successfully handled oral arguments and won important appellate victories in the Alabama Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has also authored a number of papers and seminar topics concerning Civil Fraud, the Fair Labor Standards Act, Predatory Lending and Professionalism. He often speaks at Continuing Legal Education seminars on these topics. Notably, Roman Shaul has also sat for, and passed, six different state bar exams.
Roman Shaul is very active in the Alabama State Bar. He is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama State Bar and the past Chairman of the Admissions Ceremony Committee. He currently chairs the Alabama State Bar's Wills for Heroes Committee. This committee is responsible for drafting free wills, powers of attorneys, and healthcare directives for active members of law enforcement in Alabama. He has also represented the State of Alabama at several American Bar Association Conferences and is a graduate of the Alabama State Bar's Leadership Forum program. Roman Shaul has been fortunate enough to accept the Alabama State Bar's Pro Bono Award two out of the last four years on behalf of work his committees have done in their efforts to help Hurricane Katrina victims and also law enforcement personnel with their wills.
In December 2010, Roman Shaul was selected as Beasley Allen's Lawyer of the Year for the Fraud Section. He also has been selected for inclusion on the 2012 Best Lawyers in America list, published by U.S. News & World Report.