Andrew Hammond


Andrew Hammond is a shareholder in the firm who concentrates his practice in:

  • Commercial and consumer debt collection
  • Tax sale litigation
  • Commercial litigation
  • Family law
  • Indian law

He has extensive experience and counsels clients in the following:

  • Title confirmation suits on tax sale properties
  • Suits to set aside tax sale purchases
  • Removal of clouds on title
  • Analysis of title of properties
  • Insurance subrogation
  • Divorce, custody, and child support matters
  • Criminal defense


    Andrew previously served as an attorney for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians where he defended the rights of individual tribal members. While an attorney with the MBCI Andrew litigated numerous family law matters within the Tribal court system as well as throughout Mississippi. He has defended clients in criminal cases ranging from DUI to murder.

    Andrew has been involved with property tax sales for more than thirteen years. He has litigated multiple title confirmation and quiet title suits as well as suits to set aside tax sales.


      • University of Mississippi School of Law, J.D., 2005
      • Mississippi College, B.S., 2002

      Bar Admissions

      • Choctaw Tribal Bar

      • Mississippi Bar


      • Develops and coordinates education programs for Choctaw Indian Tribal members
      • Attends St. James Episcopal Church, Jackson, MS
      • Member, Rotary Club of Jackson

      Previous Employment

      • Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
      • YoungWilliams, P.C.
      • Mississippi Department of Human Services





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      Ridgeland, MS 39157



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