Drey practices primarily within Butler Snow's Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Healthcare Litigation Group. ​Since joining the Firm, Drey has argued before political party executive committees, Mississippi trial and appellate courts, and multiple federal district courts across the nation. 

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Bar Admissions

  • Mississippi, 2020


  • Fellow, National Bar Association Associate Advancement Academy for Excellence, 2022-2023

Education & Honors

  • University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2020
    • Director of Professional Development, Black Law Students Association
    • Charter Law Chair, Interprofessional Education Board
    • Development Officer, Mississippi Law Journal (Vol. 89)
    • Recipient, Best Staff Editor Award, Mississippi Law Journal (Vol. 88)
    • Member, University of Mississippi Moot Court Board
    • Finalist, Copeland, Cook, Taylor, & Bush Moot Court Competition
    • Member, Dean’s Leadership Council
    • Senator, Student Bar Association
    • Tollison Scholar
  • University of Southern Mississippi, B.S., Business Administration, 2017
    • President, Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity
    • Chairman, Business Student Advisory Council 
    • Member, Corporate Leadership Development Program
    • Alumni, LeaderShape Institute 
  • Judicial Externship, Honorable Sean J. Tindell, ​Mississippi Court of Appeals, 2020
  • Policy Internship, Morningside Think Tank, ​2020
  • Legal Internship, Lafayette County Public Defender, ​2018


  • Serves as co-counsel for the Mississippi Standing Joint Legislative Committee on Reapportionment & Redistricting (2021-Present).
  • Nuzzi, et al. v. Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon, Inc. (authored motion to dismiss resulting in the dismissal with prejudice of a multi-plaintiff complaint on behalf of medical device manufacturer)
  • Meredith v. Clarksdale Democratic Executive Committee and Mayor Chuck Espy (obtained a directed verdict in election contest on behalf of incumbent mayor)
  • Harper v. West Point Election Commissioner (obtained dismissal with prejudice of petitioner’s complaint challenging the constitutionality of certain election laws on behalf of the City’s election commission)
  • MCC Real Estate, LLC v. Mississippi Development Authority (obtained permanent injunction protecting the confidentiality of proprietary information on behalf of commercial client)
  • State v. Davis (obtained dismissal of all criminal charges at the preliminary hearing on behalf of pro bono client)