Tyler Flowers is a force to be reckoned with both inside and outside the courtroom. Growing up in Mobile, Alabama and graduating from McGill-Toolen Catholic High School, Tyler knew from a young age that he wanted to fight injustice and work in a place where all parties are equal in the eyes of the law – the courtroom. In pursuit of that goal, and while studying at the University of Alabama, he participated in internships with the Strickland Youth Center, the Southern District of Alabama Federal Defendants, Inc., the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, and the Mayor’s Office for the City of Birmingham. Continuing his pursuit of the best advocacy training, Tyler was selected for the Cumberland School of Law National Trial Team in 2021.
Tyler’s unique combination of strategic thinking, aggressive advocacy, and unmatched charisma make him a natural in the courtroom. His smart, decisive arguments are the perfect complement to his warm and empathetic emotional appeal. His absolute determination to win and unparalleled devotion to each client’s case makes him both a powerful litigator and a trusted advocate. No detail escapes his attention as he finds compelling narratives in his clients’ stories worthy of being told.
Tyler practices in the areas of automobile and trucking accidents, premises liability, products liability, industrial accidents, medical malpractice, and fraud.
While a student at Cumberland School of Law, Tyler served as President of the Student Bar Association, Co-Chair of the Career Development Advisory Board, Founder of Cumberland’s Council for Student Athlete Resiliency, and a member of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA). While a student at the University of Alabama, Tyler served as President of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, President of the Dean of Students Advisory Board, and a member of the Capstone Men and Women.
Recognitions & Awards
- Daniel Austin Brewer Professionalism Award – Granted to a graduating law student who best exemplifies the high standards of ethics and professionalism (2022)
- Jason’s Men’s Honor Society - Oldest honor society for the top 40 collegiate senior men based on student leadership (2018)