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Mary Margaret “Meg” Williams Fiedler

Alabama Supreme Court
300 Dexter Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334)229-0765 / mfiedler@appellate.state.al.us

Meg is a 2000 graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Samford University where she received her Juris Doctorate. She attended Mary Baldwin College in Stauton, Virginia and has a Bachelor of Arts in International Business/Spanish from Birmingham Southern College. She is admitted in Florida, as well as Alabama. Her area of law is appellate.

In college, she was a Bailey Scholar, part of the President’s Student Service Organization, ranked the number 1player for the tennis team, business manager for the campus newspaper, The Hilltop, and treasurer for Chi Omega Fraternity. While at Cumberland, Meg was a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow, quarter-finalist in Donworth Freshman Moot Court Competition, and a participant in the international studies program at Durham University in England during the summer of 1998. Meg started her legal career in 1996 as a legal assistant at Bradley, Arant, Rose & White LLP prior to entering law school. She clerked for Judge Thompson with the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals in Montgomery and Judge Orfinger with the Fifth District Court of Appeals in Daytona Beach, Florida. She was an associate attorney and manager at Fogle & Fiedler, PLLC in DeLand, Florida for several years before becoming staff attorney for Judge Main with the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals and now with the Alabama Supreme Court. Meg is presently PTA Recording Secretary for Forest Avenue Magnet School, a volunteer for Alabama Organ Center, a member of Junior League of Montgomery and Montgomery County Bar Association.

The attorney and leadership forum graduate who recommended Meg said, “I have known Meg for approximately 15 years, as we met our first year of law school in 1997 at Cumberland School of Law. After graduation she married another classmate of ours (Tim) and they moved to his home state of Florida. I believe the events that transpired in Meg and Tim’s life have served to only sharpen and strengthen her life experiences and true servant leadership mindset – which I first observed in law school. Tim’s illness created the need for Meg to take over many of the duties of the household. She was the primary caregiver for their son, attended to issues of their law practice, was an advocate for his medical care, and a leader in many, many other areas of their life. When they moved back to Montgomery, Meg began clerking for members of Alabama’s Court of Appeals. I have witnesses the strength and courage Meg has exhibited since Tim’s death as she continues to pick up the pieces of her life and raise their son, Will. Though there have understandably been much sadness, grief, and other low points in her journey, each time she comes back to the fullness of faith to take her to the next step...the next day...”