Wyatt grew up in Chatam, Alabama. After obtaining dual undergraduate degrees from The University of Alabama in Political Science and Journalism in 2010, he entered Thomas Good Jones School of Law at Faulkner University where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2013. While at Jones Law School, Wyatt was very active in the trial advocacy program, competing in multiple trial competitions at the national level, including the Michigan State National Mock Trial Competition and the National Trial Competition.Wyatt also participated in many regional mediation competitions. While at Jones School of Law, Wyatt served on the Board of Advocates, an organization that participated in moot court competitions as well as hosted and coordinated inner-school competitions including the Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition.
Wyatt was elected to the Student Bar Association for all three years of law school, where he served as SBA Senator, Vice President and President. Wyatt was also awarded the prestigious Dean’s Scholarship. At graduation, Wyatt was honored with the Advocacy Award, an award voted on by the entire faculty and given to the student who most represents the ideas of Jones School of Law.
Upon graduating from law school, Wyatt began practicing with the Law Offices of Thomas P. Willingham, P.C. His legal career is focused on representing individuals who have been injured and family members of deceased victims. Wyatt handles a variety of personal injury cases; however, his practice is primarily focused on product liability actions, with an emphasis on automotive crashworthiness.
Wyatt is admitted to practice in all State and Federal Courts in the state of Alabama, and he is an active member of the Alabama Bar Association, the Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama Bar Association as well as the Birmingham Bar Association.