Clint originally received a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Mathematics from Mississippi State University. He has taught various math courses at the college level and participated in the teaching assistant program. In 2000, he was the teaching assistant of the year for the Mathematics department at Mississippi State.
While attending law school in Jackson, Mississippi, Clint began his legal experience by participating in the intern program at Mississippi College School of Law. While there, he was allowed to represent clients and the state in various criminal actions for both prosecution and defense. After that, he worked for the Rankin County Prosecutors Office and later the Hinds County Public Defender. During this time, Clint was a board member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) at Mississippi College and the recipient of the John and Gwen Dinkle Award.
Since passing the Mississippi and Tennessee bar exams, he has worked in the Jackson and Tupelo, Mississippi, areas. Most of his work has been in personal injury and criminal defense, handling jury trials, bench trials, and Multi-District Litigation. Clint spent four years as Youth Court Prosecutor and has represented children in various proceedings as guardian ad litem (GAL).
His current primary focus is personal injury law, handling hundreds of injury cases caused by accidents – most in the North Mississippi area.