From Birmingham on I-20 (West)
Take I-55 North to the Pearl Street Exit (Exit 96a). Turn right onto State Street. Turn left at second light onto Amite Street. One Jackson Place is on the corner of Amite and Lamar Streets.
From Jackson International Airport
Go south on Airport Road. Stay straight to go onto MS-475 South. Take the I-20 West ramp. Merge onto I-20 West. Take I-55 North to the Pearl Street Exit (Exit 96a). Turn right onto State Street. Turn left at second light onto Amite Street. One Jackson Place is on the corner of Amite and Lamar Streets.
The Parking Garage is located on Amite Street behind One Jackson Place.
Directions to One Jackson Place from Parking Garage
From the parking garage elevator(s), go to the ground (1) level. At the security desk, take a left down the building corridor past the plaza water fountain. At the end of the corridor, take a left to enter the One Jackson Place Elevator lobby. We are located on the 10th Floor.
Bradley’s Jackson office joined the firm in 2001, expanding our footprint outside of Alabama for the first time.
The Jackson office provides a full range of legal services for clients, with a focus on construction, litigation, corporate and securities, M&A, life sciences, real estate, healthcare, labor and employment matters, banking and financial services, and environmental law. Our attorneys have earned a sterling reputation in Mississippi’s capital for exceptional client service, integrity, and dedication to the community. The office supports a variety of community and cultural institutions, including the Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museum, Mississippi Museum of Art, Operation Shoestring, and the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi. We also embrace diversity and provide opportunities for the next generation of lawyers by sponsoring the R. Jess Brown Scholarship for Leadership in Racial Reconciliation at the Mississippi College School of Law, as well as working in partnership with the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation and the McArthur Center for Justice at the University of Mississippi School of Law.