Jordan Bankhead is a 2001 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). Jordan moved to Mississippi in 2002 and started practicing law in 2003. His practice areas include real estate law, commercial litigation and mediation, and business law. In addition to his law practice, Mr. Bankhead is involved with the Rotary Club of Oxford, the Oxford-Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, and has done pro bono legal work for an affordable housing board in the City of Oxford. In 2011, Jordan ran for the Mississippi State House of Representatives and supports education and good investments to promote job growth in Mississippi.
D. Eric Kimbrough
D. Eric Kimbrough serves Of Counsel to Bankhead Law Firm. He practices in the areas of trusts and estates, probate and estate administration; asset protection; corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies (LLCs); federal and state taxation and tax controversy and related matters. His estate planning practice focuses upon tax and estate planning for high net worth families, asset protection trusts and similar arrangements, and special needs trusts and planning for disability, including Medicaid and veterans benefits planning. Eric earned his B.P.A. (Accounting) from Mississippi State University, his J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law, and his LL.M. (Master of Laws) in Taxation from Georgetown University. Eric is licensed to practice in Tennessee and Mississippi. He is a member of the Taxation and the Business Law sections of the American Bar Association and the Taxation and the Trusts and Estates sections of the Mississippi Bar. Eric is also a captain in the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps of the Mississippi Army National Guard. He is a frequent speaker on estate planning and administration and related topics.
William (“Bill”) R. Wheeler
William (“Bill”) R. Wheeler, Jr. serves Of Counsel to Bankhead Law Firm and is a practicing personal injury attorney with many years of experience in cases ranging from car accidents to complex products liability cases. Mr. Wheeler represents both national and international clients on legislative issues as well as litigation matters. Mr. Wheeler primarily focuses on personal injury. Bill received his law degree at the University of Mississippi Law School in 1997, a Masters degree at George Washington University in 1986, and a Bachelors degree at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.
Mr. Wheeler is admitted to the Mississippi Bar (1998), the Federal District Court of the District of Columbia (2002), and the Federal District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi (1998). He is also a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, Mississippi Trial Lawyer's Association, and the American Association of Justice.
In addition, Bill has served on the following Special Agencies: Presidential appointee of Bill Clinton: Director of U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency for the Southern United States from 1995-1998; Member of Mississippi State Ethics Commission, 1995 – present, and past member of the Mississippi House of Representatives (1988-1995).