Bill Hall is a native of Madison County, Alabama. He received his undergraduate degree, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He obtained a Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law. As a law student, Bill was a member of the Bench and Bar Honor Society, John A. Campbell Moot Court Board and Farrah Law Society. After graduation from law school, Bill clerked for Judge Richard Holmes of the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals in Montgomery, Alabama. Thereafter, he returned to Huntsville and began the practice of law with the law firm of Berry, Ables, Tatum, Little and Baxter, P.C. For over 20 years, Bill's practice has included both jury and non-jury civil, criminal and domestic cases. Several years ago, Bill's primary focus became the practice of family law including divorce, legal separation, divorce modifications, child custody and grandparents rights. In March 2009 Bill left the firm of Ables, Baxter, Parker & Hall, P.C., to begin his own firm with a concentration on domestic relations matters. Bill has litigated cases in courts through out North Alabama. He has represented clients before the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals and the Supreme Court of Alabama. Bill is a member of the Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association, the Alabama State Bar, the Family Law Section of the Alabama Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Member, Bench and Bar. Member, John A. Campbell Moot Court Board. Law Clerk to the Hon. Richard L. Holmes, Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, 1985-1986.