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MBA Women Lawyers is an unofficial section of the Mobile Bar Association which dates back to the 1970s. Back when there were only a handful of women practicing law in Mobile, the late Alice M. Meadows (1923-1995) prompted these women to begin meeting for lunch on a regular basis so they could share advice and support one another. These lunch meetings took hold and eventually became more formalized. Today, the primary purpose of MBA Women Lawyers is to provide an opportunity for women lawyers in the Mobile area to network, socialize, and establish personal and professional relationships, as well as to provide a safe and inviting environment that facilitates and encourages women to discuss the unique challenges we face in the practice of law in Mobile. The secondary purpose of the MBA Women Lawyers is to help women lawyers advance in the profession by facilitating and encouraging increased numbers of women in equity partnerships within law firms, as elected judges both locally and statewide, and as leaders in professional associations of lawyers nationwide.


MBA Women Lawyers hold monthly meetings and provide continuing legal education credit, networking and socializing opportunities through out the year. If you are interested in contacting MBA Women Lawyers, please click here.

2020 MBA Women Lawyers Executive Committee

Tiffany Smith, President
Emily Killion, Vice President
Christine Burns, Secretary
Lauren Collinsworth, Treasurer
Ruth Lichtenfeld, Historian