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Mitchell McNutt Oxford Office

Established in 1837 and named for Oxford, England, Oxford, Ms. is the county seat of Lafayette County and is located in the northwest portion of the state with a population of a little more than 13,000 people. Oxford is the home of Mississippi's first University, The University of Mississippi, and its respected law school. The town has become internationally known for Rowan Oak, home of the Nobel Laureate William Faulkner and a cadre of other literary greats who have become associated with the town or the University. Oxford promoters characterize it as traditionally a city of shopkeepers and a center of culture as well as a highly desirable location for retirement living.

Mitchell, McNutt & Sams opened its Oxford office in 1992. The facilities are housed in an historic building overlooking the town square, within sight of the imposing courthouse, many upscale shops, bookstores, and restaurants. This choice location keeps the Oxford office in the center of downtown life and makes it a very visible member of the community.

Attorneys resident in the Oxford office actively subscribe to the firm's overall philosophy that we must continually invest in the communities that sustain us and prove their commitment by their dedication to professional and community service.

Practice areas in the Oxford office include but are not limited to Banking law, Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights, Class Actions, Commercial and General Litigation, Government Entity Litigation, Insurance Defense and Labor and Employment.

For more information about Oxford:

City of Oxford

University of Mississippi - Ole Miss

Visit Oxford

William Faulkner's Rowan Oak

Center for the Study of Southern Culture

University of Mississippi Law School