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Brandi R. Hamilton

Of Counsel

Brandi R. Hamilton joined Rutherford Law in February of 2023. She focuses her practice on mass torts, civil rights, and employment cases.  Brandi’s greatest passion is obtaining justice for those who are unable to pursue it for themselves. Prior to Rutherford Law, Brandi worked for one of Mississippi's top plaintiff firms.

Brandi attended Mississippi State University and earned her baccalaureate degree in history in 2012. On an academic scholarship, Brandi then attended Mississippi College School of Law and earned her law degree in 2015. While in law school, Brandi's academic focus was the intersection of the law and medicine and how they might work in tandem to benefit vulnerable populations. She interned at Mississippi's first medical-legal partnership between the Mississippi Center for Justice and the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where her work focused on the prevention of HIV/AIDS status-related discrimination, destigmatization, and community education. She also worked as a research assistant at MC Law's Bioethics and Health Law Center and interned at Mississippi's biggest publicly funded psychiatric hospital. Brandi earned a Certificate in Health Law in addition to her J.D.

At Rutherford Law, Brandi represents a diverse group of clients in civil litigation matters and works in all stages of civil litigation, from pre-trial through appeal. She currently represents numerous clients injured by Gilead Sciences, Inc.'s TDF medications for the prevention and treatment of HIV, as well as clients injured by Paragard's Copper T IUD and those injured by exposure to the popular herbicide Paraquat.

A native of Vicksburg, Mississippi, Brandi moved to Lexington in 2014 and now considers it home. Brandi, along with her husband Jake and their three dogs and two cats, are members of the Coxburg community. She is an active member and former President of the Lexington Rotary Club, where she also previously served as chairperson of the club’s childhood reading and literacy program. A huge animal lover and rescue advocate, Brandi currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Jennifer Sterling Brown Animal Rescue of Holmes County, a local non-profit corporation.




In re Gilead Sciences, Inc. Tenofovir Cases, California Judicial Council Coordinated Proceeding (JCCP) No. 5043

In re Paragard IUD Products Liability Litigation, federal MDL No. 02974, Northern District of Georgia

In re Paraquat Products Liability Litigation, federal MDL No. 3004, Southern District of Illinois



Northern District of Mississippi

Southern District of Mississippi

Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals


J.D., Health Law Certificate, Mississippi College School of Law, 2015

B.A., History, Mississippi State University, 2012

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