Alicia N. Netterville

Legal Assistant
Karen Chapman
P: 601.592.9949

Alicia Netterville joined the firm as a part of the Cybersecurity and Privacy, Litigation, and Labor and Employment practice groups after completing a clerkship with the Hon. Carlton W. Reeves of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi.

Alicia assists clients with minimizing their exposure under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in several ways, starting with helping clients analyze their data collection activities to determine whether they are subject to or exempt from CCPA compliance under certain federal data privacy rules. Alicia currently assists clients with building out enterprise-wide CCPA compliance programs and advising on strategic implementation. She also assists clients on risk avoidance through drafting and analyzing privacy policies involving the collection, use and disclosure of consumer information.

Alicia has deep experience defending clients in lawsuits prosecuted by the attorney general of Mississippi under the Mississippi Consumer Protection Act.

Alicia has litigated claims involving anti-trust, mass torts, § 1983, and false claims. In her labor and employment practice, she defends employers in a variety of employment litigation matters, including claims of discrimination and retaliation, USERRA, violations of covenants not to compete, trade secrets and other matters arising in the workplace.

In addition to assisting clients, Alicia serves as vice-chair of Bradley’s Lawyers of Color Resource Group.

Prior to law school, Alicia worked as a state-registered lobbyist with the Mississippi Center for Justice and drafted statewide welfare reform policy with the Mississippi Department of Human Services. She also worked in the areas of community and economic develop with non-profit and higher education organizations in the Mississippi Delta. 

Alicia graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Law (magna cum laude), where she served on the Mississippi Moot Court Board and the Dean’s Leadership Council. She was also a member of the Black Law Students Association, the Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association and the Public Interest Law Foundation.