Kenneth Ingram, Jr. grew up in Ashland, Alabama where he attended Clay County High School. After attending Auburn University during his freshman year, he transferred to Birmingham Southern College, where he graduated with honors in 1983, majoring in history and minoring in philosophy.
Ingram, Jr. attended law school at the University of Alabama where he was named to the National Trial Advocacy Team receiving the only perfect score at the Regional Finals during his third year. He was elected by the law school as Chief Justice of the Honor Court and was selected by the faculty as the Most Outstanding Senior. Ingram, Jr. also received the Dean’s Award given by the law school dean to the student who provided the most outstanding service to the faculty and staff.
After graduation he hung his shingle as a solo practitioner back in Clay County. He practiced law from 1986 – 1991 at his offices in Ashland and Lineville during which time he got the first multi-million dollar verdict in Clay County.
Kenneth grew up skiing on Lake Martin and has personal ties to the community. So in 1991, he moved to Alexander City to practice law. Kenneth opened his own firm in Alexander City, Ingram Law Firm, specializing in products liability, wrongful death and personal injury, medical malpractice and tractor-trailer accidents. Kenneth has also traveled across the country many times as a guest lecturer and keynote speaker on crashworthiness cases.
Kenneth is the son of former Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Ingram, Sr. and the late Judy Ingram of Ashland, Alabama.
Although his professional life leaves little time for hobbies, Kenneth does enjoy boating, skiing and spending time on Lake Martin with his beloved dog, a Shi Tzu, named Ralph