Jessica M. McDill
Jessica M. McDill was born in Oaklawn, Illinois on July 15, 1970. She graduated from the University of West Florida in 1992 and obtained her law degree in 1995 from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While attending law school, she was a member of the Cumberland Trial Advocacy Board, Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity, and served as a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow.
She has engaged in the private practice of law since 1995, primarily in the areas of construction litigation, business litigation, personal injury, real estate, and probate law. She is admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in south Alabama and regularly represents clients in trial and appellate matters.
She is presently a member of the Alabama State Bar and serves as a Special Circuit Judge for the Twenty Eighth Judicial Circuit, the Baldwin County Bar Representative on the Judicial Selection Committee for the Twenty Eighth Judicial Circuit, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Baldwin County Drug Court Foundation, Inc. She is also a member of the Baldwin County Bar Association, having served as President from 2007 to 2009. Ms. McDill is also a member of the First Baptist Church of Bay Minette.
In addition to her active law practice, Ms. McDill has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Board of the American Red Cross, Alabama Gulf Coast Chapter, and on the Board of Directors and Executive Board as Vice-President and Secretary of the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, and as Drive Chairman and President of the Board of Directors of the North Baldwin United Way, and on the Board of the Baldwin County Bar Foundation, Inc., Practice and Procedures Committee, the Baldwin County Grievance Committee, an active member of the Bay Minette Rotary Club, and a member of the Board of Directors for the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyer Program, Inc.