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William E. Stevenson


Law School:
University of Mississippi, J.D., Magna Cum Laude

Clemson University, B.A., Magna Cum Laude

Community Involvement

  • Alabama State Bar Strategic Planning Task Force 2018-present (Political Public Service Subcommittee Member)
  • Alabama State Bar Foster Care Task Force 2018-2019
  • Birmingham Bar Association Court Liaison Committee Member 2020-present
  • Birmingham Bar Association Scholarship Committee Member 2018-2020
  • Birmingham Bar Association Future Leaders Forum Graduate 2018
  • Clemson Young Alumni Council, Birmingham Area Representative 2018-present
  • Greater Crestwood, Inc. Neighborhood Association Board, 2017
  • Homewood Historical Preservation Commission Member, 2020-present
  • M-Power Ministries Junior Board Member, 2019-present


Mr. Stevenson, a native of Birmingham, joined the firm in 2016 after practicing for almost four years in southern Mississippi. Mr. Stevenson has been licensed to practice in Alabama since 2013 and represents a wide range of clients including local businesses, medical professionals, and other companies throughout Alabama and the Southeast. He is admitted to the bars of Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi, and was previously admitted to practice in Arizona, Colorado, and Montana. Since graduating from Ole Miss Law School, his practice has focused exclusively on civil litigation, including complex litigation and mass torts. His current practice concentrates on representing employers in labor and employment disputes under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII, and the Fair Labor Standards Act, as well as representing clients in environmental litigation, premises liability, and general civil litigation. When not practicing law, Mr. Stevenson enjoys traveling with his wife, backpacking, and Clemson football.


  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Vice-Chairman, University of Mississippi Moot Court Board
  • Winner of Currie Johnson Griffin & Myers Moot Court Competition
  • Awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Evidence, Torts, and Property
  • Member of University of Mississippi Trial Advocacy Board
  • Clemson University Community Service Grant Recipient
  • Order of the Barristers

Publications and Presentations

  • Co-author, “Attacking Preemption: Combating Riegel Expansion in Medical Device Cases” Trial Magazine, Vol 52, No.7
  • Research and Update Assistance: “Employment Litigation in the Age of EPLI: Overview of Policy Provisions and Issues Facing Counsel for Insured and Plaintiffs”

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama
  • Florida
  • Mississippi