Wendy Mullins Named 2017 Mississippi Business Journal ‘Leader in Law’
Bradley is pleased to announce that Wendy R. Mullins, an attorney in the firm’s Jackson office, has been chosen by the Mississippi Business Journal (MBJ) as one of its 2017 “Leaders in Law.” Ms. Mullins and other winners were formally recognized at an awards reception on Dec. 14.
“We congratulate Wendy on being named by Mississippi Business Journal as a ‘leader in law’ in recognition of her ongoing contributions to her clients, the firm and to the Jackson community,” said Bradley’s Jackson Office Managing Partner Margaret Oertling Cupples.
The MBJ’s annual Leadership in Law program recognizes Mississippi’s “most successful lawyers” as determined by attributes including knowledge, success, integrity, inspiration to lead, and passion for work on behalf of clients and the community.
Ms. Mullins serves as Counsel with Bradley’s Corporate and Securities Practice Group. She assists clients with a variety of corporate projects that arise along the lifespan of every company. Previously, she served as general counsel for SkyTel Corp., a wireless communications company owned by WorldCom and later by Verizon.
Among her professional involvements, Ms. Mullins serves as a Mississippi liaison to the Corporate Laws Committee of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section. She also currently serves as Board Chair for the Mississippi Center for Nonprofits. She received her J.D. from the Mississippi College School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.