Adrienne Hooper-Wooten is an attorney who is a solo practitioner with the Law Firm of Adrienne Hooper-Wooten, PLLC where her areas of specialty include criminal law - she is an Assistant Public Defender for Holmes County, Mississippi; personal injury; drug product liability; mass tort litigation; medical malpractice; civil litigation; premises liability, family law and general civil practice. She began her career as an associate at the Law Firm of Blackmon & Blackmon, PLLC, located in Canton, Mississippi. She is a native of Meridian, Mississippi. She began and completed her undergraduate studies at Alcorn State University located in Lorman, Mississippi, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law in 1996. She then continued her tutelage at the University of Mississippi School of Law where she received her Juris Doctorate in 1999 and where she met and married her husband, Dewayne Wooten.
Attorney Wooten is now in her ninth year as a member of the House of Representatives
for the State of Mississippi. Representative Wooten currently serves on the committees of Public Health and Human Services, Insurance, Judiciary B and Judiciary En Banc, Universities and Colleges, and Municipalities. Representative Wooten has served as Vice Chair of Apportionment and Elections and Congressional Redistricting and presently serves as Chair of the Suffrage subcommittee of Judiciary B. Representative Wooten has held the position of Assistant Secretary and presently serves as the Sargent-at-Arms for the Black Caucus of the Mississippi State Legislature. She is a member of the National Bar Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Metro Jackson Black Women Lawyers Association, Mississippi Women’s Lawyers Association, Magnolia Bar Association, the Mississippi State Bar, and Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated.
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