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Hattiesburg Lunch and Learn

The New Lawyers division will be hosting the Hattiesburg Lunch & Learn on

November 10th at Cotton Blues restaurant, starting at 11am. Take a break 

from the office to enjoy this "short but sweet" CLE seminar over lunch.

Registration is only $50, which includes your lunch. All members of

The Bar are welcome to attend.



Early registration or RSVP by November 8th is appreciated for an accurate count. 


















MAJ's New Lawyers Division invites you to join us at the upcoming Jackson Lunch & Learn on "Minor's Rights in Wrongful Death" featuring Chancery Judge Robert Clark, III, and attorneys Lance Stevens and Cody Gibson. This "short but sweet" CLE option will be held on Thursday, October 13th at the MAJ Headquarters, starting at 11am. Registration is only $50, which includes 2 hours of CLE credit and a tasty lunch! Register yourself and tell your friends to come- all members of The Bar are encouraged to attend. 


Lunch and Learns

MAJ's Annual Criminal Defense Law Seminar will take place on Friday, April 15TH at the Crystal Springs Visitors Center at Lake Chautauqua. Topics will include sentence computation, a DUI update, and post-conviction relief. Earn up to 6.5 CLE hours, including 1 hour of Professionalism. Register yourself and tell your friends to come.

The seminar will be followed by a crawfish boil at the Kitchens Law Firm.

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Registration is $50 for attendees and is open to both members and non-members.  Registration can be accessed online (CLICK HERE!) -early registration or RSVP by February 9TH  is appreciated for an accurate count.  However, registration will be available at the door. If you have any questions or would like to RSVP to pay at the door, please email Aboye Jinkiri (


A BIG THANK YOU to our Lunch and Learn sponsor, Settlement Alliance, for their support and are so happy they will be joining us in Hattiesburg!  NLD is very appreciative of the support of Kimberly Overby and her team!

The New Lawyers division will be hosting the Hattiesburg Lunch & Learn to be held on February 11 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cotton Blues (6116 Highway 98W). The speakers for this event will be Judge Anthony Mozingo, Circuit Court Judge for the 15TH District, and Adam Kilgore, General Counsel for the Mississippi Bar. Come by for good food, friends, and some useful information. Registration is $50 to attend - all members of the Bar are welcome. 

Join us on October 30TH as we exchange some of the secrets to a plaintiffs' personal injury practice. Registration is now open! Don't just come to listen, be sure to bring your questions and ideas as well.

With the exception of the judicial panel, this seminar is restricted to plaintiffs' attorneys only.


For registration & additional information, CLICK HERE

Annual Christmas Party Thursday Night!

Hilton Jackson, MS December 10-11, 2015



December 10-11, 2015

Hilton Jackson

9 Hours of CLE Credit Available

For registration & additional information, CLICK HERE



Women's Caucus Judicial Reception
Jackson, MS
October 27, 2016

Hattiesburg Lunch & Learn
Hattiesburg, MS
November 10, 2016




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Jackson Lunch & Learn
Jackson, MS
May 3, 2016

Roast of Richard Schwartz
Jackson, MS
May 5, 2016


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