Amber N. Hall

Amber N. Hall









Birmingham, AL


  • B.A., Arkansas State University, 2015 magna cum laude, honors program
  • J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, 2018


  • Alabama, 2018

Amber Hall emerged as an effective advocate and leader in both undergrad and law school. Amber uses these skills to go above and beyond for clients and their litigation needs.

Amber graduated from Arkansas State University, magna cum laude, with a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy. She was a 2015 Arkansas State Distinguished Service Award recipient, which is given to only seven graduating students at Arkansas State who have shown exemplary leadership skills and given countless hours of dedication and service to the university and community. Amber was, in part, selected for this award because of her commitment to Arkansas State’s moot court team. She received multiple speaker awards, competed at American Moot Court Association Nationals, and served as moot court captain her final year of undergrad. Amber continued her moot court career at the University of Alabama School of Law, where she was on the winning team of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board competition and also competed on the American Bar Association National Moot Court Team. In addition to moot court, Amber served as Editor in Chief of The Journal of the Legal Profession, Vol. 42 and her student note was selected for publication. Amber was also inducted into the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society for her extensive involvement in law school.

Outside of work, Amber enjoys riding on the back of her husband’s motorcycle through the Alabama countryside and spending time with their two cats, Theodore and Cleopatra.

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Presentations & Publications

  • Note, Using Legal Ethics to Improve Implicit Bias in Prosecutorial Discretion, 42 J. Legal Prof. 111, Fall 2017