Bradley M. Reeves
Brad primarily focuses his practice in the areas of real estate and business law. He has represented clients in federal and state courts before both judges and juries. Brad has negotiated numerous real estate transactions and participated in hundreds of condemnation proceedings throughout the State of Mississippi. In addition, Brad has represented companies and individuals in commercial and business lawsuits. His business litigation experience covers issues such as contract disputes, creditor’s rights and insurance coverage. Brad also has extensive experience in other areas of law involving property damage, real estate litigation, and general personal injury litigation.
Brad has been an active member of the Mississippi Bar since his admission to practice. He was elected by his peers to serve as the Director-at-Large to the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Division and on the Board of Directors of Jackson Young Lawyers. Brad has chaired the Disaster Legal Assistance Committee, the Bar Admissions Ceremony Committee, and the Lawyer in Every Classroom Committee. He was selected to participate in the Mississippi Bar’s Leadership Forum and nominated by the Mississippi Supreme Court to serve on the Mississippi Bar Complaint Tribunal.
In addition to the practice of law, Brad also been involved in various aspects of real estate and business. He was a licensed real estate broker and, since 2008, has been an adjunct professor of Real Estate & Real Estate Law at Mississippi College. Brad was awarded the “Best New Development Project” by the Mississippi Main Street Association for the renovation of ARTichoke in Belhaven. Brad has been the owner of Brent’s Drugs in Fondren since 2009.
Brad attended Mississippi State University and majored in Construction Management & Land Development. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he was a member of the Moot Court Board and Phi Delta Phi.
ON A PERSONAL NOTE
Brad has been involved with numerous organizations, including serving on the board of the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership, the Mississippi Heritage Trust, New Stage Theater, Downtown Jackson Partners, Fondren Renaissance Foundation and the MSU Alumni Association. Brad was selected to 2011 Class of the Mississippi Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 and was named one of “Jackson’s Young Influentials” by the Jackson Free Press. Brad is married to the former Mandy Armstrong of Baldwyn and they live in Jackson with their daughter Caroline.