Bridget Harris, a native of Picayune, Mississippi, has practiced law since 2001, when she obtained her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Mississippi College School of Law. She received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1998, where she was also a cheerleader. Since being admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 2001, Mrs. Harris's practice has been predominately within the State of Mississippi; however, she has had the opportunity to practice in the State of Louisiana by virtue of being associated on various mass tort cases.
During her 17 year career, Mrs. Harris has practiced in the areas of mass tort litigation, automobile liability, premises liability, products liability, construction defect, workers compensation, domestic relations, railroad litigation, medical malpractice and regulatory and administrative law. She is admitted in all Mississippi State and Federal Courts, as well as the Fifth Circuit. She is currently a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, Hinds County Bar Association and Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association.
Mrs. Harris lives in Madison, Mississippi with her husband and daughter. When she is not practicing law, Mrs. Harris can be found at soccer fields across the Southeast watching her daughter, who is a member of a competitive D-1 soccer team.