A recent graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law, Ben Fierman has been active in the background of his family’s law practice for most of his life.
In 2006, Ben graduated Morgan County High School and left Georgia temporarily to pursue his education at Appalachian State University in the mountains of Boone, North Carolina. After 4 years of living life in the outdoors, rock climbing, snowboarding, and fly fishing, Ben traded in his camping gear for a casebook and began studying for the law school admissions test.
In 2012, after visiting many different law schools in the South, Ben committed to the University of Mississippi School of Law after being offered the Fox Law Scholarship. During his 3 years at Ole Miss, Ben was an active member of the Mississippi Law Journal, the Negotiation Board, the Trial Advocacy Board, and the Dean’s Leadership Council, and he also received honors including numerous Outstanding Student Awards (Legal Research & Writing, Advanced Legal Writing) and the Skills Session “Best Lawyer” Award.
In February 2015, although he fully intended to ultimately practice law in Georgia, Ben sat for the Mississippi Bar Exam simply to further his knowledge of the law and to better prepare himself for life following graduation, and in May 2015 Ben graduated from the University of Mississippi and passed the Miss. Bar Exam—setting his sights for Madison, Georgia, and a family practice awaiting his return.
In May 2015, having left Oxford, Mississippi, and returned home to Madison, Ben began full-time practice, working alongside his father, Marty Fierman, in the courtroom, and his mother, JoAngela Fierman, in the Fierman Law Firm.
Chancery Court of the First Judicial District of Hinds County, Mississippi – 2015
Supreme Court of Mississippi – 2015
J.D., University of Mississippi School of Law – 2015
B.S., Appalachian State University – 2010
Graduate, Morgan County High School – 2006
Professional & Civic Involvement