- Attorney at LawA graduate of the University of Mississippi in 2002, Brad Cornelison received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with emphasis in Real Estate and Insurance. In May 2005, he received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Mississippi College School of Law. Having successfully completed the Mississippi Bar exam in July 2005, Brad was admitted to practice in all State and Federal Courts of Mississippi and in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in 2005.
While at Mississippi College School of Law, Brad held an externship with the State of Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office.
Brad is the attorney for several organizations including Board Attorney for the City of Pontotoc, Public Defender for Pontotoc County Youth Court, and the Pro-Tem Judge for the City of Pontotoc. He is an active member of Pontotoc Rotary Club where he served as the Rotarian President.
Brad and his wife Amy have two sons and are active members of First United Methodist Church of Pontotoc.
- ParalegalCiCi was born and raised in New Albany, Mississippi. She currently resides in New Albany with her husband, Ray and their son. CiCi is a 2001 graduate of W. P. Daniel. She attended NEMCC and The University of Mississippi. CiCi is a paralegal with the Cornelison Law Firm with 16 years experience in the legal field. CiCi is actively involved at Calvary UMC where she is the church secretary and financial treasurer. In her spare time, she likes to hunt, fish, play golf and spend time with her family.
- Legal AssistantSonya is a native of Calhoun County. Sonya is a legal assistant at Cornelison Law Office with 20 years of legal experience. Sonya lived in Torrejon, Spain for a year and Layton, Utah for two years. Sonya and her husband, Jeff, enjoy mountain hiking/climbing and traveling. Sonya and her husband have 6 children and 12 grandchildren. Life is good.
- ParalegalStarla has been a paralegal at Cornelison Law Office since February 2021. Starla has a Bachelor’s Degree in Paralegal Studies with a minor in English from The University of Mississippi. Starla interned at North Mississippi Rural Legal Services in Oxford, Mississippi, and has volunteered with Shred It, Booneville 2nd Chance Animal Sanctuary, Proper Highway Trash Disposal, Theta Encore, and Relay for Life in Tupelo, Mississippi. Starla is a Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient, former Kappa Alpha Theta member, former NEMCC Tennis player, and former Phi Theta Kappa member. Starla is an advocate for economic, environmental, and social justice in her community and on a global basis.