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Ali Fowler is an attorney by trade and an accidental environmentalist. Ali’s legal career began in Nashville at Bass, Berry & Sims, PLC, after she received her J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law, where she served as Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board and Vice President of the Honor Council. (Fun Fact: Ali funded law school with scholarship money she received as Miss Tennessee 1995 and as the Non-finalist Interview Award recipient at Miss America in Atlantic City.) After about a decadeas a stay-at-home mom, Ali re-entered the legal world as GeneralCounsel of Revolution Partners, LLC, a role she still fills. Since 2019, Ali has been an attorney at Webb Sanders, PLLC, where her practice includes litigation, investigations, training, trade secrets and non-competition agreements.

Prior to law school, Ali graduated from Union City High School asValedictorian and attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville as a Whittle Scholar, spending her third year at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, and graduating summa cum laude in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and recognition as a Top Graduate in the College of Arts and Sciences.   

Although her family has long done the “typical things” like recycling, reducing plastic use, and conserving water, Ali became particularly interested in sustainability a few years ago when her husband Brian began incorporating permaculture first into their backyard garden in Memphis and later on a portion of his family’s century farm in Woodland Mills, Tennessee. This sustainable farming idea “took root,” and the Fowlers founded FowlerFarm, LLC, providing sustainably grown microgreens, eggs (chicken, duck, and quail), and indoor-grown vegetables year-round to families and restaurants in West Tennessee. FowlerFarm ™ also grows a seasonal 3 acre outdoor garden of non-gmo, heirloom vegetables.


Ali’s “perfect day” would be spent either on the water or at an outdoor music festival with family and friends. When not “lawyering,” Ali spends her time trying to keep up with their three musical children (Evie, Jack & Elle), three dogs, one cat, and a rolling menagerie of farm animals as they make their way to the family farm via the Fowler’s Memphis home!

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