J. Langford Floyd
Lang serves of counsel for LGWM in the Pensacola, Florida office. After 20 years of service as a trial court judge, Lang retired from the bench and returned back to practice. While on the bench, Lang served as chair of the statewide Judges Technology Committee, which included development and implementation of the Alacourt and Alafile systems. In 2015, his contributions to the system where honored as he was awarded the Alabama State Bar Judicial Award of Merit.
During his 12 years of private practice prior to his time on the bench, he also served as city prosecutor for the City of Daphne and municipal judge for the City of Fairhope.
2015 Alabama State Bar Judicial Award of Merit Recipient
Member, Alabama (1984) and Florida (1986) State Bars
Member, Southern District of Alabama
Member, Northern District of Florida
Member, Baldwin County Bar Association
Chair, Electronic Case Management Committee, appointed by Chief Justice Lyn Stuart
Past member, Education and Executive Boards of the Alabama Circuit Judge's Association
Past chair, Alabama Judges Technology Committee
Past chair, Court Technology Commission for the Alabama Administrative Office of Courts
Past service, Military Law Committee and the Advisory Committee of the Alabama Rules of Evidence of the Alabama State Bar
He is licensed in both the states of Alabama and Florida for state and federal court.
Lang is a graduate of Troy State University (now Troy University) where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration/Accounting (1978) and a graduate of Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, where he earned his J.D. Degree (1984). He is an alumnus of the National Judicial College.