Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that associate Anna Sweat Day has been selected for the 2016-2017 class of Leadership Greater Jackson.
“We are so pleased to see this honor bestowed upon Anna,” said Margaret Oertling Cupples, managing partner of the firm’s Jackson office. “The esteemed Leadership Greater Jackson program will be a tremendous experience. Anna is a bright, accomplished, and driven attorney who will undoubtedly represent Bradley well in this endeavor.”
Leadership Greater Jackson is a nine-month leadership development program sponsored by the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership. It is designed to educate participants about community issues and alternate approaches to solutions to community problems. During her tenure, Ms. Day and her Leadership Greater Jackson colleagues will meet monthly to explore various aspects of leadership and current community challenges. Leadership Greater Jackson strives to grow and enhance leadership qualities through an extensive curriculum, community service projects, and interaction with the community’s foremost leadership. Participants are selected by a committee of program alumni who work to ensure that the individuals chosen reflect the diversity of the community-at-large.
Ms. Day’s practice focuses on civil litigation in state and federal court, both at the trial and appellate levels. She counsels clients on a broad range of matters, including financial services, labor and employment, and commercial litigation. Her recent matters include the defense of financial services companies in wrongful foreclosure actions and the representation of employers in cases involving claims of discrimination. Ms. Day practices extensively in both state and federal court, as well as various arbitration forums, and has obtained favorable results for clients in a variety of matters ranging from financial services litigation, commercial real estate acquisition/litigation, contract disputes, and various employment concerns.
Ms. Day earned her J.D. (summa cum laude) from the University of Mississippi, where she served as a Mississippi Law Journal associate articles editor, and her B.A. (summa cum laude) from Millsaps College.
Contact: Vivian Hood