Craig M. Geno

Attorney in Ridgeland, MS
Phi Delta Phi. Member, Moot Court Board. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America. Certified in Business Bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification. Co-Author: "Basic Principles of Bankruptcy and State Reclamation," Mississippi College School of Law Journal Article, 1998.
601-965-9741
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Areas of Law

  • Bankruptcy
  • Creditors Rights
  • Commercial Litigation

 

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Experience & Credentials

Position

Member

Admission Details

Admitted in 1978, Mississippi, U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

Law School Attended

University of Mississippi
Class of 1978
J.D.

University Attended

University of Mississippi
Class of 1975
B.A.

Birth Information

Born in 1953
Brooksville, Mississippi, December 2, 1953

Associations & Memberships

Hinds County, Federal (Vice President, Mississippi Chapter, Southern District, 1989-1990) and American (Member, Business and Bankruptcy Subcommittee) Bar Associations; The Mississippi Bar (Presid... More

Bar Fellowship

American College of Bankruptcy (2006).

Contact Information

Phone

601-427-0048


Office Information
Craig M. Geno
Member
 587 Highland Colony Parkway,
Ridgeland, MS 39157-8784

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