Bully Bloc Endorses John Brady for Supreme Court District 3, Place 1 for Runoff Election – November 29
In the four-man race for the Mississippi Supreme Court District 3, Place 1 seat, Columbus attorney John Brady and 17th District Circuit Court Judge Robert “Bobby” Chamberlin were the top finishers and will meet again in a November 29 runoff.
Bully Bloc is proud to endorse John Brady and encourage its members to support and vote for Brady on November 29.
“Bully Bloc is very pleased to endorse Mississippi State University graduate John Brady for a seat on the Mississippi Supreme Court. John is an exceptional man of character and has a long commitment of pursuing justice in our great state. We encourage all fellow Bulldogs and residents of the 33 counties in North Mississippi within this district, to cast their vote for John Brady in the runoff on November 29,” said Bully Bloc Chairman Jonathan Lee.
John is a shareholder in the Columbus office of Mitchell, McNutt & Sams law firm, which has four offices in north Mississippi. He has extensive trial experience in all Mississippi state and federal courts having defended business owners and their employees, governmental entities, nursing homes, renal care facilities and doctors. John has represented numerous clients before appellate courts, including the Mississippi Supreme Court, Mississippi Court of Appeals and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Before becoming a shareholder at Mitchell McNutt & Sams, John worked in the automotive product liability section with Watkins & Eager law firm in Jackson. Prior thereto, John practiced insurance defense litigation with McCoy Wilkins Stephens & Tipton.
John has served on the Mississippi Bar Executive Committee and as a Mississippi Bar Commissioner. He has served in numerous capacities with Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association, having served as president in 2013. John is a longstanding member of the Defense Research Institute, a national organization for lawyers who practice civil defense litigation. On a local level, he served as president of the Lowndes County Bar Association.
John has also been involved with several local business and civic organizations. Currently he serves on the Cadence Bank Advisory Board and, until recently, served on the Lowndes County Republican Party Executive Committee. John is past president of Columbus Rotary Club and was elected by other business leaders to the Golden Triangle Development Link Trust Board of Directors. John has been actively involved in community service, including as president of Main Street Columbus, United Way of Lowndes County and Columbus Arts Council.
John attended Mississippi College School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctorate in 1994. He received his undergraduate degree in political science from Mississippi State University. While at MSU, John was elected to the student government association as senator and worked in Washington, DC, as a special events coordinator for the Republican National Committee.
John and his wife Jennifer have two children, Rachel (16) and Hannah (14). Jennifer, originally from Southaven, is the Director of Development at Heritage Academy in Columbus. John and his family attend St. Paul’s Episcopal Church where he has served in many leadership positions, including Senior Warden.
The District for Justice of the Mississippi Supreme Court, District 3, Place 1 is comprised of 33 counties in north Mississippi. The seat was left open with the retirement of incumbent Ann Lamar. State Supreme Court justices serve eight year terms and run without party affiliation.
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