Mr. Rollins focuses his law practice on Consumer Bankruptcy Law. He received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Mississippi College School of Law and was the recipient of the Regions Bank Award together with American Jurisprudence Awards both in Wills and Estates and Real Estate Transactions. Further, Mr. Rollins was a member of the Deanâs list for two semesters in law school. He holds a Bachelorâs Degree from Mississippi State University in Banking and Finance and is a graduate of New Hope High School in Columbus, Mississippi. Mr. Rollins is licensed to practice before the Mississippi state courts and Federal District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.
In 2002, Mr. Rollins joined the Marine Corps and served in the reserves while attending Mississippi State University. In 2004, his unit was activated and he deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom. After serving six months as a machine gunner in Iraq, Mr. Rollins was critically injured in a Humvee rollover accident, which resulted in a medical retirement from the Marines in 2006 as a Corporal.
Thomas is married to Jocelyn G. Rollins, a nurse at University of Mississippi Medical Center, and attends Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson. His family enjoys golf, traveling, and music.