Ellis Brazeal is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group.
Ellis has more than 30 years of experience in commercial litigation, including all levels of state, federal, and bankruptcy courts. He represents and advises financial institutions and other entities regarding corporate restructuring, and handles construction, surety, and government contract litigation. He is recognized for his work by legal publications, and he regularly lectures on bankruptcy, contract litigation, and ethics. Ellis also lectures on space-related matters.
Ellis serves as an adjunct professor at The University of Alabama, where he teaches a course in Space Law, along with a Senior Seminar course, in the College of Engineering. He also teaches Space Law at The University of Alabama Law School. In addition to focusing on various international treaties, the Space Law course deals with government contracting and other aspects of international law.
Ellis is involved in the ABA Forum on Aviation and Space Law. He is also currently serving on the Coordination Council for the Nebraska Space Grant Consortium in its implementation of a NASA Space Law initiative.