For twenty years, Dale Wallace’s practice included all aspects of civil litigation with primary emphasis in the areas of insurance, corporate defense, and construction litigation. Over the past several years, Dale’s practice has concentrated in the areas of alternate dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, and complex negotiations.
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Dale was born in 1954. He attended the University of Alabama and graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. He then attended the University of Alabama School of Law and received his J.D. in 1979.
Following graduation, Dale was employed as an associate with the Birmingham law firm of Denaburg, Schoel, Meyerson & Ogle for three years. In 1981, Dale established an individual practice, and in 1983, he became a partner in the firm of Seier, Johnston & Wallace. In 1987, Dale formed a new firm that is now known as Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt.
During 1993 and 1994, Dale served as the Rotary International District Governor for the northern part of Alabama. Dale has also served as a lead instructor for Community Bible Studies, and he currently teaches a leadership course as an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama.
Dale and his wife Ginger are the proud parents of five children. He enjoys spending time with them, doing yard work, teaching Bible studies and leadership courses, and performing other volunteer work with his church and community.
2:59– A little bit of my background
8:52– Staying involved in the University of Alabama and some of the challenges I’ve seen
11:22– How do you see God allowing you to influence this next generation through your faith?