The Fellows designation is the Foundation's highest honor. Only 10% of the lawyers in Mississippi are eligible for membership as a fellow. Their selection is recognition by their peers that the attorney has achieved the highest level of professionalism, competence and leadership. Fellows are selected for membership based not only on their excellence as a lawyer but also by their dedication and service to the public and profession.
Mississippi Bar Foundation 2012 Fellows Induction
Fifteen attorneys were elected as "Fellows" of the Bar Foundation on April 12, 2012. Pictured (Standing, left to right) - Clifford B. Ammons, Jackson; Judge H. Jim Davidson, Jr., Columbus; Leonard B. Cobb, Meridian; Justice Michael K. Randolph, Hattiesburg; Edward Blackmon, Jr., Canton; Michael C. Moore, Flowood; and James P. Johnstone, Pontotoc.
(Seated, left to right) - Lee P. Gore, Hattiesburg; J. Rhea Tannehill, Jr., Oxford; Vicki R. Slater, Jackson; Judge Deborah S. Davis, Tupelo; Charliene Roemer, Biloxi; J. Cal Mayo, Jr., Oxford; and Haldon J. Kittell, Columbia.
Not pictured: Vikki J. Taylor, Jackson
MISSISSIPPI BAR FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
Steve Rosenblatt (pictured on right), MBF President-Elect, presented a scholarship check to two Mississippi College Law Students at the April 4th Awards Ceremony. Dean Jim Rosenblatt, Dean of MCSL, pictured on the left. The scholarship awards are presented annually by the Bar Foundation to the law students who have demonstrated academic achievement and service. The two recipients were La`Toyia Slay, 2L from Greenville graduated from the University of Southern (pictured top) and Tony Scardino, 2L from Hattiesburg graduated from Mississippi College. (pictured bottom). Ms. Slay was Editor in Chief of the Law Review and Mr. Scardino was Technical Editor of the Law Review.