Savannah Stewart is an attorney practicing in the firm’s Hospitality and Leisure Practice Group. Her practice focuses on assisting a broad array of clients, including restaurants and bars, hotels and resorts, shopping centers and retail businesses, as well as landlords, developers and investment firms, with legal issues related to operations, acquisitions, development, leasing and financing.
Savannah earned her juris doctorate from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law and her MBA and bachelor’s degree in business administration cum laude from Samford University. While attending law school, she served as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow, as articles editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy and as Chief Justice of Cumberland's Honor Court. She also spent two semesters abroad in China studying Mandarin Chinese.
Before joining Lowndes as an attorney, Savannah worked as a summer clerk with the firm. Her legal experience also includes internships with Regions Bank, a large nonprofit organization, a guardianship attorney and a family law attorney.
When not practicing law, Savannah enjoys traveling, cooking and baking, and tennis and fitness.