INGRAM Attorneys got its start when Carroll H. Ingram began his private practice of law in 1967. For the first years of his practice, he was part of a Hattiesburg general litigation firm as an associate, and in 1975 he ventured out on his own to establish his own general practice law firm. He served in the Mississippi Senate during his early years of law practice, representing his home district for two consecutive terms. It was during this time in the Mississippi Senate that he forged an alliance and business relationship with then Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Gandy, Mississippi’s first female Lieutenant Governor. Upon Governor Gandy’s retirement from public office, she returned to Hattiesburg in 1980 to join the Ingram law practice. She remained with the firm until her death on December 23, 2007.
Since establishing his own firm in 1975, through various partnerships and associations, the Ingram firm has continued to grow and prosper.
In 1998 Jennifer Ingram earned her Juris Doctorate Degree in Louisville, Kentucky. Following graduation, she returned to Mississippi to join the Ingram law practice.
Today, INGRAM Attorneys continues its general practice of law and mediation services primarily in the fields of personal injury, medical negligence, family law and domestic relations, and business disputes. In addition to the law practice, Jennifer Ingram Johnson, actively participates in professional and community organizations and enjoys a respected reputation among the members of the Mississippi Bar, American Bar, and the Federal and State Judiciary.