Columbus, MS Office

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Mitchell McNutt Columbus entrance

Columbus, the county seat of Lowndes County, Mississippi, lies in the eastern part of the state, nestled along the banks of the Tombigbee River. Founded in 1821, Columbus bears witness to the ebb and flow of time, seamlessly blending historical elegance with modern Southern hospitality. Columbus has many “claims to fame”:  the site of Mississippi's first public university for women, fondly referred to as “The W;” has been home to Columbus Air Force Base since the early 1940s; is the birthplace of Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Tennessee Williams; and is host to one of the best-known antebellum pilgrimages in the south. This charming city in the Golden Triangle has it all. 

Mitchell McNutt Columbus Mississippi

In 1990, Mitchell, McNutt & Sams merged with Threadgill, Smith, Sanders & Jolly of Columbus which had been founded in 1949. The Columbus office is located in the historic downtown area in 4 classic townhouses, the oldest of which was built in 1837 and the latest of which was newly constructed to match the existing buildings. The resident attorneys in the Columbus office, like their colleagues in our other offices, are mindful that success is partially measured in what one “gives back” to one's community, and the attorneys here “give back” on a daily basis by their involvement in civic and cultural affairs including work with the Chamber of Commerce, Habitat for Humanity, the United Way, and by active participation in their individual church programs.

For more information about Columbus:

City of Columbus

Golden Triangle Development Link 

Visit Columbus

The W - Mississippi University for Women

Columbus Air Force Base

Golden Triangle Development

Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway