Our Attorneys

Nancy J. Davis

Nancy Davis

Nancy graduated from Auburn University in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She then attended Cumberland School of Law. She graduated from Cumberland in 1978 and passed the Alabama Bar. Nancy established the firm and has been practicing law in Auburn since 1978. She specializes in the practice areas of commercial and residential real estate, corporate law, and wills and estate planning.

Nancy was born in Dothan, Alabama, on March 23, 1953 and was raised in Miami, Florida. Nancy met her husband Grant while they were students at Auburn University. They have been married since 1978. They have two daughters, Hilary Davis MacIsaac and Keri Anne Davis Parker, and two grandchildren, Davis and Ellie.

Nancy is very active in all aspects of our community. She serves on the Board of Directors and as an officer of several non-profit organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce, Faces, Boys and Girls Club, Auburn University Real Estate Foundation, and the Hudson Family Foundation. Her volunteer emphasis has included Auburn University, the Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Auburn. She particularly enjoys her family, community involvement, and all types of sports.

Tom A. Bingham

Tom Bingham

Tom has a broad depth of experience in corporate and individual business transactions, which he currently applies to the firm’s real estate practice. Tom also handles commercial litigation and probate matters for the firm as a well as criminal defense matters. Before joining Davis, Bingham, Hudson & Buckner, P.C., Tom concentrated in commercial litigation with substantial concentration in real estate and land title insurance litigation law in metro Atlanta where he practiced at Neel and Robinson, and at Troutman Sanders, one of the Southeast’s largest law firms.

Tom’s business litigation experience includes lead counsel at trials, hearings, depositions, and mediations. Tom has represented major pharmaceutical companies in defense of mass tort claims, insurance carriers in defense of tort and breach of contract claims, and a major accounting firm in defense of accounting malpractice and fraud claims. Tom has also served as lead counsel in numerous cases involving commercial litigation and trust and estates matters. Tom has appeared in many courts including the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Prior to his decision to become a lawyer, Tom worked in secured finance for IBM where he managed a portfolio of information technology reseller accounts across the Northeastern United States including one of IBM’s largest business partners. Tom also performed financial analysis for IBM for the purpose of making secured lending decisions, and managed the negotiation, liquidation and collection of default accounts.

Tom received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Auburn University, where he served as Student Body President. While at the University of Alabama School of Law, Tom served as articles editor and on the editorial board of the Alabama Law Review.

Tom is married to the former Amy George. Tom and Amy met while they were students at Auburn and then married in 2000. Tom and Amy have a son, Patrick, and a daughter, Mattie. The Bingham’s are members of Auburn United Methodist Church.

Tom’s roots in East Alabama run deep. Tom is a part of the third generation of his family to attend Auburn University and both of his parents are Auburn alumni. The family of Tom’s paternal grandmother was originally from Russell County and his maternal grandfather graduated from Auburn High School in 1949.

While a student at Auburn University, Tom served as SGA President and was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Tom was also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, and the Spade honorary.

Community service is important to Tom and he has been recognized for his pro bono work several times including a special commendation from the State Bar of Georgia in 2007. Additionally, Troutman Sanders honored him in 2003 and 2004 for his pro bono work on behalf of the Eviction Defense Program for Atlanta Legal Aid.

Currently, Tom serves as the public defender in the Auburn Municipal Court. Tom is also a member of the Kiwanis Club of Auburn.

Kimberly Bruner Hudson

Kim Hudson

Kim graduated from Auburn University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Criminology. She then attended Cumberland School of Law. She graduated from Cumberland in 2000 and passed the Alabama Bar. Kim practiced law in Auburn from 2000-2003 and happily rejoined the firm in 2010.

Kim met her husband Tim while they were students at Auburn. They have been married since 1999. They have two daughters, Kennedie and Tess, and one son, Kade. Kim enjoys spending time with their children, watching Tim play baseball, doing philanthropic work, and reading.

Community involvement is very important to Kim. She and Tim co-founded the Hudson Family Foundation, a children’s based charity that serves children and families in need in Alabama and Georgia. Kim has served on the Board of Directors of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama and works tirelessly to help raise funds for the Aflac Cancer Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Kim strongly supports several additional children’s charities and works hard to further their efforts. Some of these organizations include the Atlanta Braves Foundation, CURE Childhood Cancer, The Rally Foundation, and aTeam Ministries.

H. Taylor Buckner

Taylor Buckner

Taylor graduated from Auburn University in 2005 with a B.S.B.A. in Accounting and Finance. He then attended Cumberland School of Law. Following graduation from Cumberland in 2009, Taylor attended the University of Denver where he attained his LL.M. (Masters of Laws) in Taxation in 2010 and returned home to pass the Alabama Bar. Taylor practiced law in Sylacauga and Birmingham before joining the law firm in the fall of 2012. He specializes in the practice areas of commercial and residential real estate, wills/trusts/estate planning, and corporate law, utilizing his tax degree in these areas. Taylor also is certified as a Guardian Ad Litem.

Taylor was born in Birmingham, Alabama, on February 23, 1983 and raised in Sylacauga, Lineville, Talladega, and Anniston, Alabama. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends on Lake Martin during the spring and summer, and tailgating for Auburn football games in the fall.

Taylor remains active in the community by volunteering his legal services for Habitat for Humanity and several other non-profit organizations. He has also volunteered and worked with the Alabama Sentencing Commission to evaluate, analyze, and draft proposed amendments to Alabama's Criminal Code.

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