W. Chambers Waller IVAssociate


Mr. Waller joined White Arnold & Dowd P.C. as an associate in 2014. His practice is devoted to representing individual and corporate clients in white collar criminal actions and complex civil litigation. Mr. Waller earned his law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, where he served as a Senior Associate Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, was a member of the Cumberland National Trial Team, and was the recipient of the James O. Haley Trial Advocacy Scholarship. Prior to law school, Mr. Waller earned his B.A. degree in History at the University of Alabama.


  • Alabama State Bar
    • Elections, Ethics and Government Relations Section
    • Federal Court Practice Section
    • Young Lawyers Section
    • Governmental Ethics Task Force (2016)
  • American Bar Association
    • Young Lawyers Division
    • Section of Litigation
  • Birmingham Bar Association
    • Young Lawyers Section
    • Bar Bulletin Committee (2017)
    • Public Relations Committee (2016)
  • The Florida Bar, Young Lawyers Section


  • Alabama State Bar
  • The Florida Bar
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida


  • Cumberland School of Law, Samford University: American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Senior Associate Editor; Cumberland National Trial Team; James O. Haley Trial Advocacy Scholarship; Nat Bryan American Board of Trial Advocates Award; Trial Advocacy Board, Chief Judge; Order of Barristers; Omicron Delta Kappa
  • University of Alabama: Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society; Phi Gamma Delta; Student Government Association, Senator for the College of Arts and Sciences



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Speaking Engagements

  • “Authentication and Admission of Social Media, Smart Phone and Email Evidence” and “Anticipating and Minimizing Hearsay Objections,” “Advanced Civil Litigation Skills in Alabama,” National Business Institute CLE, Birmingham, December 13, 2016.