Macayla H. Woodall
Before joining Farrar Bates Berexa, Macayla practiced in the areas of domestic relations, estate planning and civil litigation. Her practice areas now include real estate errors and omissions defense, municipal liability defense, civil rights defense, land use and zoning law, governmental tort liability defense, and employment law.
Macayla graduated from Lipscomb University in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in history. While there, she was actively involved in the school’s student mentorship program and served as vice president and president of the school’s chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law Fraternity.
Macayla earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Belmont University College of Law in 2020. During law school, she was involved with the Legal Aid Society and participated in several pro bono clinics to provide free legal assistance to members of the Nashville community.
Following her graduation from law school, Macayla served as administrative support for the Tennessee Secretary of State, Administrative Procedures Division, before entering private practice with Patton | Pittman in 2022. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association.
Belmont University College of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2020
Lipscomb University, Bachelor of Arts in History, 2016
State of Tennessee
Trey Woodall & Macayla Heath, Electronic Wills and Remote Execution: Necessary Changes for Tennessee After COVID-19, Tennessee Bar Journal (Aug. 4, 2020)