Mike Speakman was raised in the Auburn, AL and graduated from Auburn High School in 1980, where he went on to attend Auburn University and graduated in 1984. Mike earned his Juris Doctorate from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia in 1987. Upon graduation from Law School, Mike served as a Judge Advocate General in the Air Force where he gained experience as a prosecutor. From 1988 to 1990, while serving active duty, he was a Special Assistant United States Attorney as well as an Adjunct Professor at Troy State University teaching Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure. In 1992 Mike was honorably discharged from the Air Force at the rank of Captain and he started practicing law in East Alabama. Mike was a 1998 nominee for Lee County District Attorney and has currently served as the Camp Hill Municipal Judge in Tallapoosa County since 2003. Since 2020 Mike has been an adjunct professor at Point University in West Point, Georgia, where he enjoys teaching Business Law to students. Mike has been married to his beautiful bride Susan, since 1990 and they have two children Lauren and Landon. Mike enjoys hiking, kayaking, water skiing, traveling, being involved at his church (Lakeview Baptist Church) and spending time with his family.


New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary,

MA in Pastoral Ministry, 2022

Washington & Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, J.D., 1987

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, B.S.,1984

Omicron Delta Kappa

Pi Sigma Alpha

Auburn High School, Auburn, Alabama (Diploma, 1980)


National Honor Society


Municipal Judge, Camp Hill, Alabama, 2003-Present

Adjunct Professor, Business Law, Point University, 2020-Present

Lee County District Attorney, Nominee, 1998

Adjunct Professor, Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure.

Troy State University, 1988-1990

Special Assistant United States Attorney, 1988-1990

Captain, USAF Judge Advocate, 1987-1992