Meredith B. Wills
Lobbyist/Government Relations

Meredith's Profile

Meredith is a registered Alabama lobbyist with experience in lobbying to House and Senate bodies. She has experience in lobbying both Republican and Democratic lawmakers on legislative issues relating to clients. Meredith also researches issues and gets in front of any potential legislative actions that could have an effect on clients.

Upon completing her studies at the University of Alabama, Meredith lived in Washington, D.C. and worked in the United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, United States Department of Health and Human Services, and the East Wing of the White House. Before returning to Alabama, Meredith resided in New York City and worked for the Appeal of Conscience Foundation, a non-profit organization that promoted worldwide religious tolerance.

Prior to joining Maynard Cooper in 2017, Meredith served as a fundraiser for both political and nonprofit organizations including the Alabama Republican Party and the American Cancer Society.

Meredith Wills is a Legislative Consultant and Lobbyist working with Maynard Cooper and is not an attorney.

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University of Alabama (2004, B.A., Advertising)

April 30, 2019
Maynard Cooper & Gale Listed As Top Lobbying Firm By Bloomberg Government
Maynard Cooper & Gale recently was recognized in the top six lobbying/law firms nationally in Bloomberg Government’s 2018 Top-Performing Lobbying Firms report. The...
May 24, 2019
2019 Legislative Update: Week Ten
Despite a few flare-ups of controversy, the Legislature had a relatively productive three-day week. The Senate in particular made quick work of a budget debate and several calendars’ worth of relatively noncontroversial legislation. The House worke...
May 17, 2019
2019 Legislative Update: Week Nine
With 21 of the constitutionally permitted 30 days used after a three-day week this week, the 2019 Regular Legislative Session has begun to pick up the pace for a sprint to the finish. The House plans to take up only bills originated in that chamber f...
April 29, 2019
2019 Legislative Update: Week Six
After its third relatively calm two-day week, the Legislature seems to have settled into a steady, productive pace. That adjustment is all the more remarkable for the fact that nearly one-third of the Legislators are new to their respective chambers....
April 19, 2019
2019 Legislative Update: Week Five
After the second two-day week—during which the Legislature was only in session and voting on the floor on Tuesday and Thursday—in a row, the 2019 Regular Session has started to move at a much more familiar pace. The session has now also produced...
April 12, 2019
2019 Legislative Update: Week Four
The Legislature settled into a more familiar rhythm this week, with votes on the floors of the two chambers on Tuesday and Wednesday and the bulk of committee meetings on Wednesday. The shift was noticeable after the disruption of the special session...