Michael (“Mike”) Ramsey focuses his practice primarily on bankruptcy and consumer litigation. He is dedicated to helping people in South Mississippi overcome financial hardships and stand up to banks, abusive creditors, and debt collectors.
Mike is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), a national organization dedicated to the practice of consumer bankruptcy law and to the protection of the rights of consumer debtors in bankruptcy. He has also been trained in Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Litigation Model, designed to help consumers fight back against creditors in bankruptcy. Mike is a member of the Bankruptcy Local Rules Committee: an organization that discusses and establish local rules for the Bankruptcy Courts in the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi.
Mike is a Gulf Coast native and has served as an Air Force reservist at Keesler Air Force Base since 2007. While at Ole Miss, Mike served as an editor of the Mississippi Law Journal and competed in national mock trial competitions for the University's Trial Advocacy Board.
- University of Mississippi School of Law, Oxford, Mississippi
- J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence, cum laude - 2014
- Law Journal: Mississippi Law Journal, Associate Editor, 2012
- Trial Advocacy Board, 2013
- Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama
- B.A. Philosophy, with Honors – 2011