Tami L. Munsch
Tami Munsch, originally from Metairie, Louisiana, was raised on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in Kiln. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2002 and received a Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in 2006. Tami was admitted to The Mississippi Bar in 2007 and opened her law practice in 2008.
Tami’s practice focuses on the areas of Personal Injury, Youth Court, Estate Planning, Debt Settlement & Negotiation, Family Law, and General Practice. After practicing in the Jackson, MS area for about eight years, she decided it was time to move closer to family. Her office is currently located in Hancock County on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Prior to opening her own practice, Tami was employed at the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project as an Equal Justice Works fellow. She was assigned to her post as an AmeriCorps attorney to focus primarily on the Katrina recovery aspect. Tami assisted in organizing and working many clinics for the benefit of the underprivileged and Katrina victims. More recently, she presented FEMA and SBA information at a clinic in New Jersey for Super Storm Sandy survivors.
Despite her busy practice schedule, Tami remains actively involved in various community organizations. Tami is the current president of the Rotary Club of Bay St. Louis. She is a member and past president of the Mississippi Women Lawyers’ Association. She has advocated for children in youth court as a Court Appointed Special Advocate since 2015, a guardian ad litem, and as prosecutor. Tami also serves on the Board of Directors for the Mississippi Talent Education, HYPE (preventing drug use in children through education), Ruth’s Roots (a community garden), and the Hancock County Library Foundation. Tami is a graduate of the MS Bar Leadership Forum and Leadership Hancock County. She was also named a Leader in the Law by the MS Business Journal.