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Tommie S. Cardin, Tommie S.

Tommie S. Cardin


Butler Snow LLP
Ridgeland, MS
(601) 985-4570

Education

  • University of Mississippi, J. D., 1986
  • Mississippi State University, B. A. 1983 (Magna Cum Laude)
  • Served as law clerk to the Honorable James L. Robertson, Justice, Mississippi Supreme Court from 1986-1987.

Professional Experience

Tommie Cardin is a member of the Government, Environmental & Energy Practice Group at Butler Snow. He concentrates his practice in the areas of government, administrative and voting rights.

He has earned the distinctions of The Best Lawyers in America Lawyer of the Year for Government Relations Practice, AV-Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Mid-South Super Lawyers for Civil Rights/First Amendment and has also served as on the Board of Directors for the Mississippi School Boards Association and served as an Adjunct Professor at Mississippi College School of Law.

Professional Organizations & Associations

As a member of The Mississippi Bar, Tommie serves as a member of the Government Law Section. Tommie is a member of the State and Local Government Law of the American Bar Association and is a member of the Capital Area Bar Association. Tommie is also a member of the International Municipal Lawyers Association and Mississippi Association of County Board Attorneys.

Community Activities

Tommie is a former member of the Clinton Public School District Board of Trustees, a graduate of Leadership Mississippi and Leadership Clinton,  and a member of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce. He is also an active member of Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church in Jackson, Mississippi.

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