Greta is fighting for a Mississippi that works for us all, not just the wealthiest and most corrupt.
Greta Kemp Martin has dedicated her life and career to fighting for equity and opportunity for all Mississippians. She is the Litigation Director for Disability Rights Mississippi, the protection and advocacy agency for the state of Mississippi.
Born and raised in Mississippi, Greta grew up as the daughter of a nurse and a police officer who lived in Belmont. After high school, Greta graduated with honors from Ole Miss and went on to Mississippi College’s School of Law.
Greta is an active member of the Mississippi Bar, having served in various leadership roles throughout the Mississippi legal community. She is the immediate Past President for the Mississippi Association for Justice (MAJ - formerly the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association) and the former President of the Mississippi Women Lawyers’ Association (2014-15). Greta serves on the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission–a task force focused on bringing legal services to underserved communities in Mississippi.
She is a past recipient of the Margaret P. Ellis Legacy of Leadership as well as MAJ’s Woman of Achievement Award. Greta is also a member of the American Association for Justice and the Capital Area Bar Association. She’s licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Mississippi as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Raised in Tishomingo County, Greta lives in Jackson with her husband, Drew, her three bonus kids, and their two dogs.
Together, we can put a real attorney back in the Attorney General’s office—one who will stand up for the people of this state.
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