Alyce M. Spruell
Christina Howton, Paralegal
A Demopolis native, Alyce Spruell has practiced in the Alabama state and federal courts for over thirty years in the areas of civil litigation, employment and business matters. A Vanderbilt undergraduate and Alabama law school graduate, Spruell has served in a variety of leadership roles within the state and community. An experienced mediator and arbitrator, her career includes service as the Administrative Director of the Alabama Court system, assistant Dean of the University of Alabama School of Law and President of the Alabama State Bar. These life experiences form the foundation of Spruell’s practice in the arena of governmental and regulatory affairs.
Ms. Spruell is an adjunct professor of the University of Alabama School of law, teaching classes in trial advocacy and legislation. She is a frequent speaker on the topics of employment law, meditation and administrative law for business and legal audiences. She is a graduate of Leadership Alabama and served as a founding co-chair for the Alabama State Bar’s Leadership Class. She currently serves as Chair of the Legislative Committee of the Tuscaloosa County Bar Association as well as on the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama’s Public Affairs Council and is a member of the Association of Attorney Mediators both nationally and within the state of Alabama.
Awards & Honors
William D. "Bill" Scruggs, Jr. Award, Alabama State Bar
Judge W. Harold Albritton Award, Alabama State Bar