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Hafter appointed to prestigous chair

Education has always been important to this Phelps Dunbar partner   Attorney Jerome C. “Jerry” Hafter has been an advocate for education in Mississippi for decades. For 22 years, he served as chair of the Mississippi Board of Bar Admissions, and he has served on the Greenville Public School District board of trustees for almost as long. Now, Hafter has ...

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MC, Ole Miss law schools see continued growth

Mississippi College now has more than 500 students enrolled at its downtown Jackson campus Though Mississippi College is the oldest four-year school in the state, the MC School of Law (MCSOL) is relatively young – the Baptist institution actually bought out the now-defunct Jackson Law School in 1975. But since then, the MCSOL has grown in size and now boasts ...

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GranthamPoole team serves accounting needs for non profits

Non-profit clients include Southern Christian Services for Children and Youth Inc., Stewpot, Jackson Zoological Park and Jackson Prep   There are few laws or regulations that directly affect how non-profit organizations (NPOs) must operate their finances internally.  But still, there are many laws that have a strong, indirect impact on NPOs, including IRS reporting requirements and the accounting standards most ...

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