Angie H. Ingram
In 2016, Angie H. Ingram established an independent law practice after 20-plus years of civil litigation experience in landlord-tenant law, creditor rights, and advocacy in retail and commercial collections and bankruptcy.
She is also one of just a few attorneys in Alabama who practices animal law. Angie first realized her passion for aiding abused and neglected dogs as a volunteer for animal rescue. Today, she continues building her legal expertise in both civil and criminal animal law matters. She has led several pro bono legal initiatives and is the founder of the Alabama Puppy Mill Project
, which focuses on legislative reform and local education about commercial dog breeding.
Angie is admitted to practice law in Alabama and Georgia. She graduated magna cum laude from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and earned an undergraduate degree from Auburn University at Montgomery. She is a founding member, past treasurer and secretary, and current Vice President of the Creditor Attorneys Association of Alabama. Angie is a member of the Bessemer Service League and Director of Animal Welfare and Legal Counsel for Cavalier Rescue of Alabama. Her four Cavalier King Charles Spaniels -- Nick, Jack, Kirby, and Victor -- are her constant source of inspiration in their loyalty, devotion, and patience.