Denise A. Baschab Denise Baschab obtained a B.A. from the University of South Alabama, graduating cum laude in 1995. She worked with the adult mentally ill population with the Baldwin County Mental Health Center from 1995 until she entered the University of Alabama School of Law in the fall of 1997. During law school, she was a law clerk for then- Attorney General Bill Pryor in the Medicaid Fraud Unit; assisted launching a free law clinic which serviced University of Alabama students and those in need which is a thriving program today; held a position as research assistant to Law School faculty, and clerked for Adams & Reese and Owens & Almond. Graduating in the top third of her class, she received her law degree in May, 2000. Baschab sat for the Alabama State Bar in July, 2000 and was licensed to practice in September, 2000.
She began her legal career as an associate attorney at Ross & Jordan, P.C., where her duties included acting as assistant legal counsel for the City of Daphne and acting as Assistant Prosecutor in several Mobile County Municipalities. In late 2001, she accepted a position with the City of Mobile as Domestic Violence Prosecutor, where she handled thousands of misdemeanor cases, which she held until accepting a position as Assistant District Attorney in 2003. Baschab prosecuted felonies in the Baldwin County Circuit Court, handling hundreds of cases and successfully trying dozens of felony jury trials. In 2005, Baschab established her firm, now known as Baschab & Baschab, P.C.
Judge Pamela Willis Baschab
Judge Baschab, of Counsel with the firm, retired as Presiding Judge of the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals in 2009. Prior to serving 12 years in that position, Judge Baschab served as both District and Circuit Court Judge in Baldwin County, Alabama beginning in 1988.