Marcellus D. Chamberlain
Marc is a member of Butler Snow’s litigation department and practices within the Product Liability, Toxic Tort and Environmental group.
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- Bar Admissions
- Civic Involvement
- Education & Honors
- Papers, Presentations, & Publications
- Mississippi, 2018
- U.S. District Courts
- Mississippi: Northern, Southern
- Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project, Expungement Clinic Volunteer, 2017
- Tougaloo College NAACP, “This is My Vote” Voter Registration Drive, 2014
- Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Commemoration, Volunteer, 2014
- Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) Education Center, Volunteer, 2013
- Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2018
- Executive Editor, Mississippi College Law Review
- Academic Committee Co-Chair, Black Law Student Association (BLSA)
- Member, Sports and Entertainment Law Society
- Member, Public Interest Law Group
- Best Paper Award, Business Associations
- Best Casenote Award, “It Takes a Village, Not a Schoolhouse: The Deprival of Parents and Students’ Rights to Privacy & Expression in Context of Bell v. Itawamba”
- R. Jess Brown Diversity Scholarship Recipient
- Capital Area Bar Association Scholarship Recipient
- Tougaloo College, B.A., Political Science, cum laude, 2015
- Top Student, Political Science
- Parliamentarian, Reuben V. Anderson Pre-Law Society
- 2nd Vice President, NAACP Tougaloo Branch, Youth & College Division
- Externship, The Honorable Carlton W. Reeves, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, 2018
- Externship, The Honorable Henry T. Wingate, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, 2017
- Internship, The Honorable Bennie G. Thompson, House of Representatives; MS 2nd Congressional District, Washington, D.C., 2015
- Guest, In Legal Terms, Mississippi Public Broadcasting, December 1, 2020.
- Co-Author, “Product Liability & Safety USA Trends and Developments,” 2019 Chambers Global Practice Guide, July 2019.
- Author, “It Takes a Village, Not a Schoolhouse: The Deprival of Parents and Students’ Rights to Privacy & Expression in Context of Bell v. Itawamba,” 36 Miss. C.L. Rev. 299 (2018).