Brad Morris is the owner of Brad Morris Law Firm PLLC. He focuses primarily on personal injury cases and civil litigation in his day-to-day practice. Mr. Morris has helped his clients recover millions of dollars in damages and benefits during his legal career.
Mr. Morris is a member of The Mississippi Bar, but he has practiced pro hac vice in multiple state and federal courts across the United States.
Mr. Morris has direct experience in a variety of legal and professional settings. He has represented individuals on legal matters ranging from estate planning to major injuries over the years. He has assisted small business owners with business formation, regulatory compliance, contract drafting, and international trade issues. Mr. Morris helped influence legislation in the U.S. Congress and Mississippi Legislature and he has also worked with local, state, and federal government agencies.
Prior to entering private law practice, Mr. Morris served as a Chief of Staff & Senior Advisor on Capitol Hill. He also participated in the start-up, management, and financing of multiple small business ventures.
Mr. Morris graduated from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. He received a Masters of Accountancy degree from the University of Mississippi School of Accountancy and got his Law Degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law. A native of North Mississippi, Mr. Morris spent his childhood in the rural community of Dorsey, Mississippi. He is a product of the local public schools and is a graduate of Itawamba High School in Fulton, Mississippi.
A Unique Combination of Training & Experience
Clients get a unique combination of training and experience with Mr. Morris. First, he has academic training in accounting and law. Second, he has professional experience in both the public sector and private sector. As a result, clients get effective help on diverse legal and business issues. Mr. Morris brings insight obtained only through special training and personal experience, so he offers more than just technical knowledge. He looks at each case from multiple points of view and seeks the best approach for the client. In the end, the clients benefit.
Mr. Morris is the husband of Sharon Gray Morris from Jackson, Mississippi. Sharon is a small business owner in Oxford. He and Sharon believe in economic and social justice and they believe in protecting the most vulnerable in our community, particularly the elderly and disabled. They have three dogs: Little Dog is a mixed breed they took in off the street, while Corrina and Bea are beagles they adopted. Brad is a fan of SEC sporting events, and he and Sharon volunteer and participate in community activities. They are members of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Oxford.