Meade Mitchell, Mississippi Life Fellow, was elected as the next president-elect of the Mississippi State Bar. His term as president-elect will start in July 2023 at the State Bar’s Annual Meeting.
The Mississippi Bar can be traced back as far as 1821, though its current iteration was founded in 1905. The bar is headquartered in Jackson, MS.
Mr. Mitchell currently works for Butler Snow, in their Ridgeland office, where his practice concentrates on product liability, pharmaceutical, toxic tort, environmental, and transportation litigation. In addition to being a Fellow of the ABF, he is also a Fellow of the Mississippi Bar Foundation and a Bencher of the American Inns of Court, Charles Clark Chapter. He is active in the American Bar Association’s Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Section, where he serves as an officer and has served on multiple committees, and as vice-chair of the Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Committee.
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