Posts Tagged ‘Holcomb Dunbar’

Ole Miss launches new law/engineering program

OXFORD — Following a national trend to make higher education more “user-friendly,” the University of Mississippi schools of Engineering and Law have joined forces to create a new program that provides early admission to the latter. Through the accelerated law program, students in the general engineering pre-law program can be admitted into a fast-tracked Bachelor […] [...]

Firm adds Golmon

Stacey Woodruff Golmon has joined the Holcomb Dunbar law firm in Oxford, and will concentrate her practice in criminal defense and family law. Golmon is a 1996 graduate of University of Mississippi School of Law where she served as a member of the Mississippi Law Journal staff and Moot Court Board. Before Ole Miss, Golmon […] [...]

Johnson joins firm

by Published: August 21,2011

Tags: Holcomb Dunbar, James D. "J.D." Johnson

James D. “J.D.” Johnson has joined the Holcomb Dunbar law firm in Oxford. Johnson will concentrate his practice in civil defense litigation, including product’s liability, commercial litigation and insurance disputes. Johnson is a 2003 graduate of University of Mississippi, summa cum laude, receiving a degree in economics, and a 2006 graduate of the University of […] [...]

Greenlee joins Holcomb Dunbar staff

Jim Greenlee, former U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Mississippi, has joined the Holcomb Dunbar law firm in Oxford. Greenlee will concentrate on aiding businesses and not-for-profits in risk avoidance and compliance matters. He will also focus on assisting businesses in the prevention and mitigation of regulatory or criminal exposure, healthcare fraud, grant fraud […] [...]

Watts named Foundation Fellow

Michael Watts of the Oxford law firm Holcomb Dunbar has been selected as a Mississippi Bar Foundation Fellow. According to the Foundation, Watts was selected based on his “outstanding career, and as importantly, (his) demonstrated commitment to the profession and the public.” He will be inducted during the Foundation’s 10th Annual Meeting April 15. Watts’ […] [...]

Dunbar to receive Foundation award

Jack Dunbar of the Oxford law firm of Holcomb Dunbar will be honored as the recipient of the Mississippi Bar Foundation’s 2010 Professionalism Award during the organization’s annual dinner meeting scheduled for April 15 in Jackson. The award is given in recognition of a lifelong commitment to the highest standards of the legal profession. Dunbar […] [...]

Holcomb Dunbar welcomes West

by Published: February 22,2010

Tags: Benjamin West, Holcomb Dunbar

Benjamin West has joined the Oxford law firm of Holcomb Dunbar as an associate attorney. West, a 2009 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law, will focus his practice on civil litigation. As a law student, West was recognized as the Outstanding Student in Civil Procedure II and served as vice president of […] [...]

Golmon, Masters named shareholders

by Published: February 15,2010

Tags: Bradley Golmon, Holcomb Dunbar, Jonathan Masters

Bradley Golmon and Jonathan Masters, attorneys with the Oxford firm of Holcomb Dunbar, have been named shareholders in the firm. Golmon’s primary areas of practice are commercial litigation, collections, commercial and residential financing, insurance defense and family law. He is a 1996 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he was a […] [...]

Dunbar makes ‘Super Lawyers’

by Published: December 14,2009

Tags: Holcomb Dunbar, Jack Dunbar, Oxford, Super Lawyers

Jack Dunbar of the Oxford law firm of Holcomb Dunbar, has been recognized as one of the top 50 attorneys in Mississippi by Super Lawyers, a nationally recognized guide to outstanding attorneys.  The publication also recognizes him as one of the top attorneys in the General Litigation and Personal Injury Defense categories for the Mid-South […] [...]

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