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Krissy C. Nobile, Director

Krissy C. Nobile is the Director of the CPCC. She was appointed by Governor Tate Reeves.

Krissy graduated summa cum laude from both college and law school—where, during law school, she served as the executive editor of the law review and a member of the moot court board. Krissy’s legal experience includes working with the federal court for over two years; practicing civil rights and constitutional law at a large regional law firm (Phelps Dunbar LLP); serving as the Deputy Solicitor General to the Attorney General; and practicing as an attorney with the CPCC.

Krissy has argued before the United States Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the en banc Mississippi Supreme Court, and the Mississippi Court of Appeals.

She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Fifth Circuit Bar Association as well as on the Board of Directors for the Appellate Section of the Mississippi Bar. Krissy is an adjunct professor at Mississippi College School of Law; contributes to the Encyclopedia of Mississippi Law; serves as the Vice-President of the Madison County Bar Association; is the past President of the Mississippi Chapter of the Federal Bar Association; and is a recent recipient of the Mississippi Business Journal’s Leadership in the Law Award.