From humble beginnings in rural Holmes County, he rose to become a respected federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. Over the years, I've been asked about nonprofits and everything, including lawyers. I'm interested in business and money and I'm a big fan of restaurants and bars.
He graduated from Delta State University with a bachelor's degree in political science in 1998 and passed the auditor's exam. He attended the law school of the University of Mississippi Law School in Jackson, where he earned a degree in law and business administration.
Riddick earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Mississippi State University and a law degree from Mississippi College of Law. Bell earned a master's degree in business and law and a law degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in Jackson, and he earned a bachelor's degree in law in public policy and administration from State College, Mississippi, and a law degree from the University's Law School.
Hillery earned a bachelor's degree in politics and administration from Mississippi State University and a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law.
Ratliff received a Juris Doctor and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Mississippi School of Law. Smalling earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Mississippi State University and a law degree from Mississippi College and Mississippi College of the Law, respectively. Blake earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Business Management from Missouri University in Jackson and a Law degree from the University for Mississippi Law School. Thompson earned an associate's degree in public policy and law and an MBA in management and management from the University of Missouri in Mississippi and the United States University in Mississippi.
A native of Jackson, he received a bachelor's degree in philosophy and psychology from the University of Mississippi in 1992. Bill graduated from Mississippi State University with a law degree and worked part-time - all the time.
His good fortune then provided him with an accelerated path to government - diversified, diversified legal practice. He pursued one of the country's biggest drug traffickers to get his first conviction for possession with intent to distribute and distribute narcotics.
He was a prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Mississippi and had cases involving civil rights, criminal justice, drug trafficking and criminal defense. He has spoken throughout the country about the importance of conducting, prosecuting and defending government investigations and his experience in conducting and prosecuting those investigations.
He is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, where he served on the board of the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi. He has been a board member and vice president of his own firm since June 2014, and is a former president and managing director of a private law firm in Ridgeland, Mississippi, and an associate professor at Mississippi State University College of Law.
He attended George Washington University Law School in 2004 and 2005 and earned his law degree from Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law in 2007. He was also a member of the Republican National Committee's campaign finance committee, a campaign funded by former Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who is now chairman of President Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
In 2010, Bill was humiliated to be part of the five members elected to the newly formed Mississippi State Bar Association (MSBA) board. He also enjoyed being honored at the 2010 Republican National Convention in Washington, D.C., and was honored with the state's highest honor, the State of Mississippi Award for Public Service.
Linda is a graduate of Holmes Community College in Goodman and has been a member of the Mississippi State Bar Association Board of Directors since 2012 and the MSBA Board of Directors since 2013.
She has been a member of the Mississippi State Bar Association Board of Directors since 2012 and of the MSBA Board of Directors since 2013. She is an associate professor of law at the University of Mississippi College of Law in Jackson and an associate law professor at Ole Miss University Law School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She is the author of several books on civil and criminal law in Mississippi.
Linda has proven to be a valuable resource for dozens of law students and lawyers who know her history and her life, "Rosenblatt said. The fan base is still strong - with over 3,000 followers on Facebook and over 1,500 on Twitter.
Kitchens thanked Anderson in particular for the attention and guidance she gave to one of her sons. Bill enrolled at the University of Mississippi School of Law, supported by his mother's financial support and his father's. In 1972, at a relatively young age, he was invited to the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers.