Demarcus McGee Presents to Student Association of Mississippi College School of Law’s Pre-Law Day
Demarcus McGee, attorney in the firm’s Jackson office and member of the Litigation Practice, recently spoke at the Black Law Students Association of Mississippi College School of Law’s Pre-Law Day. A Mississippi College School of Law Alumnus, Demarcus addressed the steps he took during his tenure in law school that prepared him for his career. He encouraged students to remain involved in organizations like BLSA, Law Review and various externship programs throughout law school, as these organizations provided him the opportunity to build relationships with practicing attorneys, judges and justices throughout the state of Mississippi.
The Mississippi College School of Law Black Law Students Association is a local affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association (“NBLSA”), a student-run, national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of Black law students. As one of the largest student-run organizations in the United States, NBLSA has a proven history of effectuating change in the legal community.
Demarcus focuses on both general and commercial litigation for public and private entities. He assists clients involved in class action, personal injury, product liability, and environmental legal disputes. Demarcus uses his experience to develop creative solutions which leads to favorable outcomes for clients.