Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi College School of Law’

Simmons added to staff

Lindsey Tew Simmons of Brandon has joined the staff of the Mississippi Supreme Court. She works as a law clerk for Presiding Justice George C. Carlson Jr. Simmons earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science and an MBA from Mississippi State University. She earned a law degree from Mississippi College School of Law. […] [...]

Drinkwater honored, Saltaformaggio joins

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP partner W. Wayne Drinkwater has received top-tier recognition for appellate work in the Fifth Circuit in the debut edition of Benchmark Appellate, which evaluates leading U.S. appeals litigation firms and attorneys. Benchmark Appellate ranked the firm as “Highly Recommended,” and named Drinkwater a “Fifth Circuit Litigation Star.” Benchmark Appellate  noted […] [...]

Firm welcomes Clinton

by MBJ Staff Published: January 29,2012

Tags: Heniger Garrison Davis, M. Blair Clinton, Mississippi College School of Law

M. Blair Clinton has joined the Birmingham. Ala., law firm of Heninger Garrison Davis. Clinton’s practice primarily involves intellectual property litigation, with a focus on patent litigation. He represents clients and inventors from around the world who wish to protect their intellectual property rights in the United States. Before graduating from Mississippi College School of […] [...]

Brown made shareholder

by MBJ Staff Published: January 22,2012

Tags: Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, Kristi Rogers Brown, Mississippi College School of Law

Kristi Rogers Brown has been made a shareholder at Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, P.A. Brown has been practicing law with the firm since completing her clerkship with the Honorable T. Kenneth Griffis of the Mississippi Court of Appeals in 2006. Brown graduated from Mississippi College School of Law in 2005. She practices primarily in […] [...]

Jones Walker adds Buckman

Ashley Buckman has joined Jones Walker in the Jackson office as a government relations specialist. Buckman will practice in the Government Relations Practice Group, and joined the firm effective Jan. 3. Buckman represents clients before the Mississippi state legislature and administrative agencies. She has served in various capacities in state government as well as in […] [...]

MC Law welcomes Hawkins

by MBJ Staff Published: August 28,2011

Tags: Mississippi College School of Law, Russ Hawkins

Russ Hawkins was recently hired as the director of finance and administration for Mississippi College School of Law. Hawkins has a master’s degree in business administration from Mississippi College and an undergraduate degree in business administration from Millsaps College. Prior to joining the law school staff, Hawkins served as accounting/management consultant for RMHawk, LLC. [...]

An inspiration to all

by Martin Willoughby Published: February 20,2011

Tags: column, Jim Rosenblatt, leadership, Martin Willoughby, MC Law, Mississippi College School of Law

Whenever I encounter passionate and enthusiastic leaders, I am always curious to learn more about them and the organizations they lead. Anyone who has met dean Jim Rosenblatt of the Mississippi College School of Law (MC Law) quickly recognizes that he is one of those kinds of leaders. His boundless energy and excitement about the […] [...]

Blackwood to moderate panel discussion

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP, attorney Kelly R. Blackwood, a member of the firm’s Environmental & Toxic Tort practice group, will moderate a panel during a Feb. 18 Mississippi College School of Law symposium on the Gulf oil spill. The keynote speaker for the event is Kenneth R. Feinberg, administrator of the Gulf Coast Claims […] [...]

Hopkins receives honorary law degree

by MBJ Staff Published: January 9,2011

Tags: Major General Al Hopkins, Mississippi College School of Law

Major General Al Hopkins (Ret.) has been awarded an honorary master of laws degree by the board of trustees of the Mississippi College School of Law. According to MC Law Dean Jim Rosenblatt, Hopkins “played a significant role in helping our law school gain the national recognition it enjoys today.” After graduating from the University […] [...]

Black’s Law Editor Visits Mississippi College

by Stephen McDill Published: October 5,2010

Tags: Black's Law Dictionary, Bryan Garner, Mississippi College School of Law

JACKSON- Black’s Law Dictionary editor-in-chief Bryan Garner lectures on legal writing before a lunchtime crowd of students and faculty at the Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson. [...]

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