Attorney Lisa Littell brings over 20 years of experience to the firm, having worked extensively on the metal on metal hip litigations which resulted in multi-million dollar global settlements.
She has also worked extensively on cases involving IVC Filters, Hernia Mesh, Talcum Powder, 3M Ear Plugs, and Zantac. She has worked closely with leading attorneys in various Mass Tort litigations across the country from the development stage through settlement. Her research in the Argon IVC filter litigation was instrumental in successful trial outcomes.
Lisa’s experience however is not limited to Mass Torts. Since starting her practice in 2002, she has handled hundreds of personal injury cases in almost every county in Alabama. She also has experience in family and business law. Her rapport with the courts, colleagues, and opposing counsel as evidenced by the resolutions she brings to her clients. She has extensive mediation experience and has completed the highest level of mediation training sanctioned by the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution.
Since 2006, Lisa has been an adjunct professor for Columbia Southern University, where she has taught a variety of classes in criminal justice. With many of her students being active or retired military and corrections personnel, she is able to give back in some small way to her students who have given so much. During her tenure at CSU, she has served as the Graduate Chair of Criminal Justice and on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board, and she has also lectured internationally to CSU’s international MBA and Associate students.
Outside of the Firm
With a lifelong passion for the sport of field trials, Lisa considers Bullock County to be her second home. In addition to participating in trials, she has served in official capacities as Marshall, Reporter and Judge. She also served as the first female Vice President and President of the Alabama Field Trial Association. Lisa is passionate about the perpetuation of the sport of field trials through youth field trial programs. Her role in incorporating The Hartley Carter Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships for youth field trailers in Alabama is one of her proudest achievements.
Lisa also dedicates her time to pro bono work, giving back to those in the community that are underserved or that are making strides to advance educational and conservation goals in young people. She has assisted Common Ground Montgomery in the formation of a new non-profit summer camp and retreat center for underserved children.
In 2020, Lisa was named by the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Access to Justice Commission as an Attorney for Justice for her pro bono work.
Juris Doctorate (2002)
Cumberland School of Law
B.A., Political Science (1999)
University of Tennessee Knoxville
Admitted to Practice
US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
US District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
Member, Alabama State Bar
Member, American Association for Justice
Member, Alabama Association for Justice
Member, Emerging Leaders