Hunter C. Ransom
Hunter C. Ransom
Hunter joined Brunini’s litigation group after a federal clerkship for the Honorable Kristi H. Johnson in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. During law school, he also externed for Justice Kenny Griffis in the Mississippi Supreme Court.
Hunter graduated summa cum laude from Mississippi College School of Law in 2022. In law school, he served as Articles Editor of and earned publication in Volume 40 of the Mississippi College Law Review. He also earned membership in the National Order of Barristers for his success on the Moot Court Board. Before law school, he graduated from The University of Mississippi in 2019.
Outside of the firm, Hunter serves as a Director for Jackson Young Lawyers and Communications Director for the Phoenix Club of Jackson.
Clerkship, Hon. Kristi H. Johnson, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, 2022–2023
J.D., Mississippi College School of Law, 2022, summa cum laude
– Hearin Scholar
– Mississippi College Law Review – Articles Editor
– Moot Court Board – National Order of Barristers and Legal Writers’ Circle
– Charles Clark Inn of Court
– Rankin County Bar Scholarship
– American Jurisprudence Awards for best paper in Employment Discrimination, Mississippi Practice, Legal Writing, and Judicial Administration
B.A., The University of Mississippi, 2019
-United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi (2022)
-United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi (2023)
-United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (2023)
Community & Professional Activities
– Phoenix Club of Jackson, Board of Directors
– Jackson Young Lawyers, Board of Directors
– Capital Area Bar Association
– Federal Bar Association
– Coach, Mississippi College School of Law’s 2023 National Moot Court Competition team
– Country Club of Jackson, Junior Member
Speeches & Publications
– Hunter C. Ransom and McKenna S. Cloud, A Year by the Bench: Reflections of Two Outgoing Judicial Law Clerks, Jackson Young Lawyers Newsletter (September 2023)
– Hunter C. Ransom, Constitutional Standoff: An Example of Practical Difficulty in Mississippi Venue Rules, 40 Miss. C. L. Rev. 291 (2022)
– In re Initiative Measure No. 65: Last Dance with Mary Jane and Mississippi’s Citizen-Initiative Process, Miss. C. L. Rev. Blog (June 21, 2021).