Leigh Snodsmith, a Tuscaloosa Native, has practiced law since 2008 in Tuscaloosa and the surrounding counties. In 1999, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Alabama. After college, Ms. Snodsmith worked in various positions in Alabama state government, including time as the Deputy Policy Director for the Governor of Alabama. In 2008, Ms. Snodsmith earned a Juris Doctor from the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, where she served as an editor of the Jones Law Review and as a charter member and justice of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.
After law school, Ms. Snodsmith returned to Tuscaloosa, where she worked as an associate at a local firm before opening her own firm, Leigh M. Snodsmith, LLC, in August 2016. Her practice is focused primarily on domestic relations and family law issues, and she has experience in a wide variety of cases, including high net-worth divorces, high conflict custody issues, domestic violence, child/spousal support issues, and post-divorce litigation. Ms. Snodsmith is active in the Tuscaloosa Bar Association, currently serving on the Domestic Relations Committee. Additionally, Ms. Snodsmith serves on the Board of Directors for Turning Point Alabama, a non-profit agency serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.