About Lamar Pickard
Lamar Pickard has earned a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable champions of the law in the state of Mississippi. As the longest-standing Circuit Judge in the history of Copiah County, Mr. Pickard served for 24 years as the 22nd Circuit Court District for 24 years. Today, Mr. Pickard’s experience and knowledge of the long helps his clients get the settlements they deserve.
Mr. Pickard is a graduate of Mississippi College and the University of Mississippi School of Law. He was elected Circuit Judge in 1994 and began serving in January of 1995. Prior to serving as Circuit Judge, he maintained a private practice in Hazlehurst. And he has now re-opened his practice to continue to serve and guide clients in the area of personal injury, 18-wheeler accidents, car accidents, products liability and wrongful death. Mr. Pickard is also now serves as a certified mediator for the State of Mississippi.
With nearly forty years of courtroom experience, Mr. Pickard’s extensive Circuit Court experience with felony criminal cases and civil actions make him one of the best equipped attorneys in the state of Mississippi to handle your case.
Mr. Pickard is also a qualified mediator for the State of Mississippi offering an efficient process for attorneys seeking an agreeable settlement. His experience as a Circuit Judge for 24 years positions his as one of the most qualified mediators in Mississippi. Mr. Pickard also serves as a senior judge for the state of Mississippi, overseeing cases given to him through special appointment by the Supreme Court of Mississippi.
He and his, wife, Marsha, have made Copiah County their home for nearly 40 years now.
They have four children and five grandchildren. Lamar and Marsha are members of First Baptist Church in Hazlehurst.