Willie Scott

Willie Scott

Associate
Birmingham

Willie is a persistent advocate who brings justice to civil and human rights and personal injury plaintiffs.

Willie is a persistent advocate who brings justice to civil and human rights and personal injury plaintiffs.

Overview

Willie E. Scott Jr. is determined to seek justice and hold accountable businesses and individuals who harm his clients. A rational and process-oriented trial lawyer, Willie’s practice focuses on civil and human rights, personal injury, and product defect cases.

Willie worked as a law clerk at DiCello Levitt while in law school and stayed on with the firm to become an associate after earning his law license. Willie also held other notable clerkships while studying law, all of which gave him a broad scope of litigation experience. For a family law and trademarks firm, he drafted complaints and motions, conducted legal research, and assisted attorneys with trademark applications. Willie’s clerkships exposed him to multidistrict litigation matters, including some of the largest in the U.S. involving talcum powder and JUUL claims.

During law school, Willie served as a Justice of the Samford University, Cumberland School of Law Honor Court. He also served as vice president of the American Constitution Society, Cumberland Chapter, and mentored a host of students through Cumberland School of Law’s Black Law Student Association. As an undergraduate at University of Alabama, Willie assisted the Women’s Resource Center as the assistant coordinator of the Young Men’s Leadership Program. He was also the keynote speaker at the University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences New College Lifetrack award ceremony, a program that assists non-traditional students enrolled at the university.

Education

Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, J.D.

Troy University, Sorrell College of Business, M.S.H.R.M

The University of Alabama, B.A.

Education

Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, J.D.

Troy University, Sorrell College of Business, M.S.H.R.M

The University of Alabama, B.A.