Dustin C. Paseur earned his B.A. degree from The University of Alabama in 1997.  He earned his Juris Doctorate from The Birmingham School of Law in 2009, where he graduated summa cum laude and received the following honors and awards:

  • Dean's List

  • Honors Graduate

  • Family Law Award

  • Sigma Delta Kappa Outstanding Service and Leadership Award

  • Outstanding Academic Achievement Award

  • Benjamin Lee Boyanton 2007 Award

  • Alabama Association of Circuit Judges 2008 Award

  • American Association for Justice Mock Trial Competition Team (Captain)

  • Mock Trial Competition Golden Gavel Award

  • Sigma Delta Kappa Law Fraternity (Chancellor)

  • Chief Justice of The Birmingham School of Law Honor Court

  • Student Trial Lawyers Association - Vice President

  • The Birmingham School of Law Student Representative for the Alabama Bar Association

  • Judicial Internship - Honorable Karen K. Hall, 23rd Judicial Circuit, Alabama

JURIS DOCTOR, Birmingham School of Law, 2009
BACHELOR OF ARTS, The University of Alabama, 1997

Supreme Court of Alabama - 2009
U.S. District Court - Alabama, Northern District - 2009

Municipal Court Judge

City of New Hope, AL - 2016

Special Probate Court Judge

Probate Court, Madison County, AL - 2016

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