Change Is Afoot in a State That Clings to its Traditions

The National Law Journal


The University of Mississip­pi's Medical Center is located in Jackson, and it drives business throughout the state, employs more than 9,000 and educates more than 2,500 students at any one time. Roy Smith Jr., president of Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, says health care has become a major employer in the state capital for that reason, and that "health care reform is going to have an impact" likely to lead to more legal business in the future.

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