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Shunda Baldwin Partner

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Shunda Baldwin

With over 14 years of diverse experience, Shunda Baldwin began her career defending corporations, companies, and hospitals for approximately seven years before switching her focus to representing plaintiffs in a multitude of litigation. She now seeks various forms of relief, justice and compensation for those injured in vehicle accidents, slip and falls, premises liability, medical malpractice and other areas of civil litigation. Shunda also obtains life-changing results for persons who are haunted by criminal misdeeds of their past by getting their criminal record cleared through expungement and by seeking other avenues of relief.

As an honor graduate of Jackson State University in 1999, Shunda Baldwin was destined to excel in the pursuit of her legal career. Shunda Baldwin graduated in the top percentile of the 2004 class of Mississippi College School of Law. Her success in the juris doctorate program is highlighted by her service as a member of Law Review, as Clerk for the Moot Court Board, and by receipt of a clerkship offer with former Justice Jess Dickinson of the Mississippi Supreme Court. Shunda Baldwin was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 2004. At that time, she was also admitted to practice in the Federal District Courts and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

In 2011, Shunda Baldwin began providing legal services to indigent citizens through the Mississippi Center for Legal Services and she subsequently co-founded a private firm handling personal injury, medical malpractice, and other civil litigation for plaintiffs. She is a proud mother and 1995 graduate of South Panola High School in her hometown of Batesville, Mississippi.


  • Charles Clark Inn of Courts (student participant 2003)
  • R. Jess Brown Scholar (2003)
  • Who’s Who Among American Law Students (2004)
  • Outstanding Service Award, Magnolia Bar Foundation, Inc. (2009)
  • Certificate of Appreciation (MS Department of Human Services 2012)
  • Congressional Record Honoree (160 Cong. Rec. E1334) Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (September 8, 2014)


  • Black Law Students Association (President 2003-04)
  • Capital Area Bar Association (Diversity Committee 2007-09)
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • Highland Elementary School PTO Board (Hospitality Committee Chair 2017-19)
  • Magnolia Bar Association (Mock Trial Competition Committee Chair 2007-2012)
  • Mississippi Bar Association
  • Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (Advisory Board Charter Member)
  • United States District Courts for the Southern District of Mississippi
  • United States District Courts for the Northern District of Mississippi
  • United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
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