425 South Perry Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104

W. Inge Hill, Jr.


Telephone 334-834-7600
Fax 334-262-4389
Email ihill@hillhillcarter.com

Mr. Hill graduated in the top five percent of his class at the University of Alabama School of Law. He was named the Outstanding Editorial Board Member of the Alabama Law Review and was admitted to the Order of the Coif (a national scholastic honorary) and the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society. Mr. Hill joined the firm in March of 1975 and his practice in the area of commercial real estate began later that year when his senior partner and mentor, Ralph Franco, walked in his office and asked “Do you have a minute?”

Practice Areas

Commercial Real Estate

Bar Admissions





University of Alabama School of Law
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, J.D.


  • Top Five Percent of Class
  • Order of the Coif
  • Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society
  • Hugo Black Scholarship Recipient
  • Named Outstanding Editorial Board Member of Alabama Law Review, 1973-1973


Transylvania University
Lexington, Kentucky, B.A.

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Editorial Board Member, Alabama Law Review, 1973 – 1974

Recognized in Real Estate Section, The Best Lawyers in America

Recipient, Estelle Popkins Volunteer of the Year Award, 2000

President’s Special Service Award, 2005 — Family Sunshine Center

Alabama Super Lawyer – Real Estate 2011 to present


Alabama State Bar Association


Montgomery County Bar Association


Alabama Law Foundation


Central Alabama Community Foundation

Board Member and Chairman of Board of Directors

Family Sunshine Center

Board of Directors, Chairman of Legal Issues Committee,

Recipient, Estelle Popkins Volunteer of the Year Award (2000)

President’s Special Service Award (2005)

Montgomery Education Foundation

Board Member

The Montgomery Academy

Board of Directors, Chairman, Vice Chairman and Emeritus Member

Leadership Alabama

Regional Board

Published Work

Powers of Appointment in Alabama, 26 Ala. L.Rev. 355-431

The Law of Trusts in Alabama (Co-Author), 25 Ala. L.Rev. 467-533

Modest Proposals for Preventing the Problems of Law Office Management from Being a Burden to Lawyers or Their Firms (With Apologies to Jonathan Swift, Social Scientist and Political Theorist, Renowned for Progressive Ideas Such as (“A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burden to Their Parents or the Country,” by fattening and eating them), 50 Alabama Lawyers 126-28