Announcements

August 5, 2019

FormanWatkins Welcomes New Associate to New Orleans Office

Trey is a recent graduate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. During law school, he was on the Moot Court Board (2017-2019) and the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team (2018), a Law Review Candidate, an Academic Adviser for the Black Law Students Association, and a Louis A. Martinet Legal Society Scholarship recipient.

July 29, 2019

FormanWatkins Co-Hosts and Volunteers at Local Pro Se Legal Clinic

On Friday, July 26, 2019, attorneys and summer clerks from our Jackson office were among those who volunteered at the Hinds County Family Law and Expungement Clinic, a pro se legal clinic held at the Hinds County Chancery Courthouse. The clinic assisted individuals with a variety of legal matters, including uncontested ID divorces, uncontested guardianships, uncontested emancipations, custody changes, name changes/birth certificate corrections, simple wills, and felony and misdemeanor expungements.

July 26, 2019

FormanWatkins Selected as One of the Best Places to Work in Mississippi in 2019

FormanWatkins is excited to announce our selection as one of the Best Places to Work in Mississippi for 2019, as voted on by our very own employees. Our team in Jackson and the culture we foster are extremely important to the Firm, and seeing this come to light with this recognition is truly an honor.

July 25, 2019

McMinn Appointed to Mississippi Bar Child Welfare and Child Advocacy Committee

FormanWatkins is proud to announce that Alison McMinn has been appointed to the Mississippi Bar Child Welfare and Child Advocacy Committee by new Mississippi Bar President Amanda Tollison! The Committee will provide a forum and home for attorneys who practice in varying aspects of child welfare/juvenile law practice related to children and will work closely with and assist the Young Lawyer’s Division’s Child Advocacy Committee in its endeavors and activities. Congratulations, Alison!

July 25, 2019

Wilson Selected as One of Mississippi’s 50 Leading Businesswomen for 2019

Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP is proud to announce that Malissa Wilson has been chosen as one of the 50 Leading Business Women in Mississippi by the Mississippi Business Journal! A special 2-day retreat was recently held by MBJ and their sponsors, Regions Bank and Mississippi Economic Council, at Hinds Eagle Ridge, where the women enjoyed great networking opportunities, seminars, and a luncheon.

July 23, 2019

Ritchie Appointed to Mississippi Bar Professionalism Committee

FormanWatkins is proud to announce that Spencer Ritchie has been appointed by new Mississippi Bar President Amanda Tollison to the Mississippi Bar Professionalism Committee! The Committee is responsible for monitoring/studying developments in the area of professionalism and making recommendations to the Mississippi Bar’s Board of Commissioners. The Committee also makes recommendations to the Board regarding programs to improve client/attorney relations, the image of the profession, and the quality of life of lawyers as they relate to professionalism.

June 11, 2019

FormanWatkins is Proud Sponsor of Bessie Young Council Summer Social

FormanWatkins is a proud sponsor of the Bessie Young Council Summer Social! The event will take place on Thursday, June 20, at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.  Come mingle and have a beverage with fellow students, law clerks, alumni, and Jackson’s top lawyers!  More details on the event can be found on the attached flyer.  We hope to see you there!

June 5, 2019

Join FormanWatkins at the Mini Law School for HR Professionals Seminar

Malissa Wilson and Spencer Ritchie will be speakers at the upcoming Mini Law School for HR Professionals seminar.  This is a basic level seminar that will examine the current issues in human resource law for attorneys, Human Resources and financial professionals, and other business executives.  Malissa and Spencer would love for you to join them!

April 8, 2019

Wilson and Ritchie Speak at Human Resource Law from A to Z Seminar

Malissa Wilson and Spencer Ritchie were speakers at the Human Resource Law from A to Z seminar, held March 27-28, 2019, in Pearl, Mississippi. The basic-to-intermediate level seminar provided a comprehensive overview of current issues in human resource law for attorneys, Human Resource and financial professionals, and other business executives.  Wilson and Ritchie spoke about discrimination and harassment; workplace behavioral issues; workplace privacy and employee monitoring; and, disciplining and firing employees. Click here to learn more about FormanWatkins’ Labor & Employment practice.