Gregory Alston is a third year law student at the University of Mississippi School of Law where he currently serves as President of the Law School Student Body. Gregory also serves as C.E.O. of the Business Law Network. Prior to being elected President, Gregory served as Senator of the Law School Student Body and Treasurer of the Law School Student Body and is also a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council. Prior to attending law school, Gregory attended Ole Miss where he majored in Public Policy Leadership. A native of Hattiesburg, Mississippi and lifelong Mississippian, Gregory was elected on February 19, 2013 as the Associated Student Body President of the University of Mississippi. Prior to being elected, Gregory served on the ASB Senate his freshman year representing the Stockard residence hall and his sophomore year representing the School of Liberal Arts where he received the honor of Senator of the Year for the 2011-2012 school year. Gregory also served as the Director of Athletics on the cabinet of his predecessor. Gregory was also selected by fellow Mississippi Student Body Presidents to serve as the President of the Mississippi Public Universities Student Body Presidents Council and was inducted into the University of Mississippi Hall of Fame in January 2014. Gregory has served as an intern for the Ole Miss Athletic Department and interned in the office of United States Senator Roger F. Wicker in Washington, D.C. He is an Eagle Scout, a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity, and is also a Senior Staff member of the Mississippi American Legion Boys State. Gregory has worked on a number of political campaigns in Mississippi including campaigns for the late U.S. Representative Alan Nunnelee, State Treasurer Lynn Fitch, United States Senator Thad Cochran, Governor Phil Bryant’s campaign, and served on the Governor’s inauguration staff, “Imagine Mississippi.” Gregory clerked for Barbour Griffith Rogers Group in Washington, D.C. the summer of 2016, and is currently interning for United States Senator Thad Cochran in Oxford, Mississippi.
Allison is a second year law student from Union City, Tennessee. She attended Rhodes College in Memphis where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History, cum laude, in 2014. While at Rhodes, Allison served as the Captain of the Varsity Lacrosse team and an officer of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She earned honors as a Rhodes Fellow and the Student-Employee of the Year for 2013-2014. After graduating, Allison worked for the Conley & Conley Law Firm for one year before attending the University of Mississippi School of Law. Allison is a Staff Editor for the Mississippi Law Journal and a member of the Dean's Leadership Council. Before being elected to serve as the Vice President, Allison served as a 1L Senator. During the summer of 2016, Allison interned for Judge Julia Smith Gibbons on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Allison expects to graduate in May of 2018 and plans to pursue a federal clerkship before beginning a career in civil litigation.
Chloe is a second year law student from Albertville, Alabama. She attended Jacksonville State University where she earned a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Accounting in 2015. While at Jacksonville State University, Chloe received the Robert Trathen Memorial Award for encompassing leadership skills and integrity. She is a member of the Business Law Network, Law Association for Women, and the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. Chloe expects to graduating in May of 2018.
Shanice M. Mitchell is the mother of a one-year-old son and a third year law student from Los Angeles, California. She attended Delta State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and English, Cum Laude in 2014. While at DSU, Shanice was initiated into the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society as well as the Lambda Iota Tau American International Honor Society for Literature. She was mentioned in the 2012 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for her various academic achievements. Shanice is a member of the Alumni Relations and Networking Committee, Black Law Students Association, Business Law Network, and Public Interest Law Foundation. Along with being elected to serve as LSSB Secretary, Shanice also holds the position of Christian Legal Society Secretary, Law Association for Women Secretary, Mississippi Entertainment Law Organization Treasurer, and Trial Advocacy Board Administrative Vice Chair. Shanice interned with the Law Library of Congress the summer of 2016, and is currently working as a research assistant for Attorney David Rozier at the Rozier Law Firm in Oxford, Mississippi. In August 2016, she was sworn in to the limited practice of law in connection with the University’s Elder Law Clinic. Shanice expects to graduate in May of 2017 and pursue a career in both elder and healthcare Law.
Fredricka is a 3L from Greenville, Mississippi. She attended Mississippi State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science with Leadership Honors in 2014. While at MSU, Fredricka received the President's Service Award in 2013 and the Spirit of Service Award in 2014. Fredricka is a member of the Black Law Students Association where she is the Historian, the Public Interest Law Foundation, Law Association for Women, and the Dean's Leadership Council. Before being elected to serve as LSSB Attorney General, Fredricka served as the LSSB Secretary. Fredricka expects to graduate in May of 2017 and pursue a career in criminal litigation.
Kelley is a second year law student at the University of Mississippi School of Law from Columbus, Georgia. She currently serves as the LSSB Social Chair, a staff editor for the Mississippi Sport Law Review, and previously has held the position of Associated Student Body senator for the law school. Kelley attended the University of Mississippi for undergraduate, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy Leadership. Kelley expects to graduate in May of 2018.