Southern District of Alabama
|Mobile - District Headquarters
413 U.S. Courthouse
Mobile, Al 36602
Located on the beautiful Gulf Coast, Mobile is one
of the oldest cities in Alabama. It has been under the control of
France, Spain, England, the Confederacy and the United States of America
during its 300 year history. It is the birthplace of Mardi Gras, the
home of the U.S.S. Alabama, the Azalea Trail and the Senior Bowl. Mobile
is a classic mix of old Southern charm and modern commerce. It sits at
the crossroads of Interstate 10 and Interstate 65, two major highways
that crisscross the United States from east to west and north to south.
It serves as the one of the largest seaports in the Gulf of Mexico and
the main port of entry for the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
Archibald Campbell Federal Courthouse is located at the corner of St. Joseph
Street and St. Louis Street ,two blocks west of Water Street in downtown
Mobile. For further information about the City of Mobile and surrounding
area go to the official City of Mobile website at
The City of Mobile.
Selma - Sub-Office (Occupied
only during Term of Court)
908 Alabama Avenue, Room
Contact: (334) 875-9748
Selma is the home of the National Voting Rights
Museum and the starting point for Martin Luther King Jr. famous march to
Montgomery during the height of the Civil Rights movement during the
1960's. It has a full and rich history with beautiful tree lined streets
and beautiful old homes.
The Federal Courthouse is located at the corner of Alabama Avenue and
Lauderdale Street, one block from the famous Edmond Pettus Bridge. The
Courthouse contains several Federal offices, but the Court portion is
open only during Term of Court. For further information about the City
of Selma and Dallas County go to
City of Selma.