A Record of Achievement.

A Future of Service.



  • Stephen Burrow recently spoke with Courtney Lawler’s journalism class at Pascagoula High School.  Topics included foreign affairs, local government and elections, identifying fake news, and ethical considerations for journalists.

  • Stephen Burrow recently gave a presentation to aspiring small business owners with the Jackson County Small Business Incubator on legal structures, contracts and general business law. Hosted by the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, Stephen’s presentation focused upon the advantages and disadvantages of various legal entities, ideas and tips for invoices and contracts, and common […]

  • John Morris Lee came to the Jackson County Adult Detention Center in December 2012. Charged with a third offense (felony) shoplifting charge, he had been in the facility several times in the past. For many years prior to his incarceration, Lee suffered epileptic seizures for which he received medication. Upon entry into the ADC, Lee […]

  • Greg and Will Ladnier got the call in June 2010: their vessel was needed to help with efforts to clean up and remediate areas affected by the Deewater Horizon/BP Oil Spill. Shortly thereafter their company, Gulfstream Enterprises, Inc., was hired by Knights Marine Industrial Services, Inc.  For months Gulfstream participated in recovery efforts, transporting personnel […]

  • Stephen Burrow has been named as a Mid-South Super Lawyer for 2017. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. A rigorous, multi-phase selection process is undertaken which includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by an attorney-led research staff, […]

  • Cynthia Glaskox arrived at the George County Hospital Emergency Room in the early morning hours of January 12, 2014. Upon arrival she complained of abdominal pain, telling the emergency department staff she had recently undergone abdominal surgery. The attending emergency room physician determined Ms. Glaskox was likely suffering from a bowel perforation. Given her circumstances, […]

  • Last week the Mississippi Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment for Dr. Todd Frieze and other co-defendants dismissing medical negligence claims filed against them by Carol Gray.   In May 2009, a biopsy of Gray’s spine showed that she had multiple myeloma, a form of bone cancer. The lab results were sent to Dr. […]

  • For many years, Cook Timber Company cut timber various counties in Central Mississippi.  A large portion of that wood Cook sold to Georgia-Pacific.  In the late 1990’s, the wood market became extremely soft, forcing Georgia-Pacific to cut the prices it would pay to purchase wood from suppliers, including Cook.  Eventually, G-P went to a core […]

  • Wanting to start your own business but unsure what to do first? Make a resolution to be your own boss in 2016. If you have been thinking about starting your own business, turn your dreams into a reality by writing a business plan and seeking advice. Stephen Burrow, attorney with Gulf Coast law firm The […]

  • Stephen Burrow recently prevailed on behalf of the Mississippi Windstorm Underwriting Association (MWUA) before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Facing massive losses after Hurricane Katrina, the MWUA was forced to assess its member-insurance companies to make up the difference.  During that process, MWUA offered all its members the opportunity to […]

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