Christopher Herrin joined HAT LAW in 2022. Christopher attended Millsaps College, where he was a player on the football team for two seasons, before transferring to the University of Mississippi, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in political science and a minor in history. In May 2022, he graduated from Mississippi College School of Law, where he earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence. During his time at MC Law, he received the Mississippi Bar Estates and Trusts Section Award and was featured on the dean’s list.
Christopher spent time as a legal extern for the Mississippi Supreme Court under Chief Justice Michael Randolph. There, he conducted legal research, drafted memorandums involving a variety of legal issues and drafted opinions for Chief Justice Randolph’s approval. He also completed a legal externship for the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission under Judge Deneise Lott.
In his free time, Christopher enjoys fishing, watching Ole Miss athletics, golfing, listening to podcasts and traveling. He also volunteers with Mission First Legal Aid and Mississippi Food Network. He currently lives in Jackson, Mississippi.
- J.D., Mississippi College School of Law, 2022
- B.A., University of Mississippi, 2018
- Admitted to practice law in the State of Mississippi
Bar & Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Mississippi
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi