Jackson attorney Clarence Webster of Bradley Arant was inducted into 100 Black Men of Jackson at the 25th annual Scholarship/Mentoring Celebration at Jackson State University.
The 100 seeks to lead by creating environments where African-American children are motivated to achieve, and by empowering African-Americans to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the community. Members are predominately African American businessmen, lawyers, doctors, accountants, educators and other professionals.
Webster handles commercial, product liability, mass torts and financial services cases in federal and state forums in both Mississippi and nationwide.
Also, Webster has served as national coordinating counsel for a large equipment manufacturer’s asbestos docket, overseeing litigation activities in California, Wisconsin, Delaware, Kansas, and Missouri.
He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School and his B.A. (with honors) from the University of Mississippi.
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