Leslie Dean Holleman

Attorney in Gulfport, MS

Personal:

- Married to Laura Hollis Holleman of Memphis, Tennessee (1983)

- Three Children: Sarah Gant Holleman, University of Mississippi; Leslie Dean Holleman, II, University of Mississippi; Hollis Taylor Holleman, Gulfport High School.

- Foster Family, Mississippi Department of Human Services and Baptist Children's Village of Mississippi 1991-Present.

- Board of Trustees, Baptist Children's Village of Mississippi, Clinton, Mississippi, (1998-2005) (2007-Present); (Chairman of Board of Trustees 2004; Secretary-2007 and 2008)

- Member Bayou View Baptist Church-Bible Study Teacher-Young Married Adults; Deacon-Chairman 2005 & 2006; Chairman-Long Range Planning Commission-2003 -Present

Litigation Percentage: 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Representative Cases:

Judson v. McNair, 542 So. 2d 1189; 1989 Miss. LEXIS 233 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1989)

Hofer v. Dailey, 622 So. 2d 1271; 1993 Miss. LEXIS 364 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1993)

Riemann v. Riemann, 668 So. 2d 765; 1996 Miss. LEXIS 85 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1996)

Anchor Glass Container Corp. v. Stand Energy Corp., 711 F. Supp. 325; 1989 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4013 (United States District Court for the Southern District Of Mississippi 1989)

Hockaday v. Hockaday, 644 So. 2d 446; 1994 Miss. LEXIS 510 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1994)

Carrow v. Carrow, 741 So. 2d 200; 1999 Miss. LEXIS 42 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1999)

Croenne v. Irby, 492 So. 2d 1291; 1986 Miss. LEXIS 2582 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 1986)

Vaughn v. Rettig, 912 So. 2d 795; 2005 Miss. LEXIS 165 (Supreme Court of Mississippi 2005)

Dobbs v. Dobbs, 912 So. 2d 491; 2005 Miss. App. LEXIS 709 (Court of Appeals of Mississippi 2005)

Morris v. W. R. Fairchild Constr. Co., 792 So. 2d 282; 2001 Miss. App. LEXIS 30 (Court of Appeals of Mississippi 2001)

Peters v. Peters, 906 So. 2d 64; 2004 Miss. App. LEXIS 1125 (Court of Appeals of Mississippi 2004)

Dix v. Dix, 941 So. 2d 913; 2006 Miss. App. LEXIS 812 (Court Of Appeals Of Mississippi 2006)

Ferro v. Ferro, 871 So. 2d 753; 2004 Miss. App. LEXIS 90 (Court Of Appeals Of Mississippi 2004)

Ferro v. Ferro, 2004 Miss. App. LEXIS 498 (Miss. Ct. App. 2004)

Steinwinder v. Aetna Cas. & Sur. Co., 742 So. 2d 1150; 1999 Miss. LEXIS 401 (Supreme Court Of Mississippi 1999)

Braidfoot v. William Carey College, 793 So. 2d 642; 2000 Miss. App. LEXIS 421; 144 Lab (Court Of Appeals Of Mississippi 2000)

Bayview Land, Ltd. v. State, 950 So. 2d 966; 2006 Miss. LEXIS 546 (Supreme Court Of Mississippi 2006)

Land, Ltd. v. State, 2007 Miss. LEXIS 634 (Miss. 2007)

Bayview Land, Ltd. v. State, 2007 Miss. LEXIS 632 (Miss. 2007)

Bayview Land, Ltd. v. State, 2007 Miss. LEXIS 633 (Miss. 2007)

Bayview Land, Ltd. v. State, 2007 Miss. LEXIS 630 (Miss. 2007)

References:

President Willis Lott, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College District

Doyle Moffett, Executive Director, Gulf Coast Community Action Agency

Paul Benton, Attorney at law, Biloxi, Mississippi

Dr. Billy Stewart, Vice President of Administration, Gulf Coast Community College District

Dr. Rory Lee, Executive Director, Mississippi Baptist Children's Village, Inc.

Dr. Chris King, Pastor, Bayou View Baptist Church

Chose Taurman, Director of Business Studies, School of Continuing Studies, Tulane University

Brigham Young, Department of Audit, Mississippi Power Company, Gulfport, Mississippi

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Adjunct Professor, Tulane University, Mississippi Gulf Coast Campus, 2008 - Present

Professional Associations and Memberships:

The Mississippi Bar Association

Harrison County Bar Association

American Bar Association

The American Association for Justice

The Mississippi Association for Justice

The Mississippi Bar Foundation

Complaint Tribunal Member

The Mississippi Bar Association, Litigation and General Practice Section

The Mississippi Bar Association, Family Law Section

The Mississippi Bar Association, Government Law Section

The Mississippi Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section

The Mississippi Bar Association, Estates and Trusts Section

Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity

Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, 1982 - Present

General Counsel

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Foundation, 1982 - Present

General Counsel

Gulf Coast Community Actions Agency, 1985 - Present

Gulf Coast Baptist Association, 2007 - Present

Gulf Coast Funeral Homes, Inc., 2005 - Present

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Areas of Law

  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Adoptions
  • Domestic Relations
  • Business Law
  • School Law
  • Employment Law
  • Personal Injury Litigation

 

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Experience & Credentials

Position

Partner, Vice President and Managing Attorney

Admission Details

Admitted in 1982, Mississippi, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi

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Law School Attended

University of Mississippi School of Law
Class of 1982
J.D.
Honors: Moot Court Board, 1981-1982

University Attended

University of Mississippi
Class of 1980
B.A.
English and Business

Contact Information

Phone

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Fax

(228) 863-9829

Email

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Office Information
Leslie Dean Holleman
Partner, Vice President and Managing Attorney
Boyce Holleman & Associates 1720 23rd Avenue/Boyce Holleman Blvd.,
Gulfport, MS 39501

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