Roxanne Case’s practice primarily involves workers’ compensation defense, including the handling of all matters before the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission, as well as workers’ compensation opinions, appellate work, and also general insurance defense.
Roxanne is a Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Educational Association Director and former Steering Committee member. She also serves on the MWCEA Kids’ Chance Scholarship and Fundraising Committee. In addition, she is an approved mediator for the mediation program administered by the Administrative Law Section of The Mississippi Bar and Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission. Previously, she has served as Past Chair, Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and on the Executive Committee of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Mississippi Bar.
In 2015, Roxanne was named to the Women Leaders in Law which was featured in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women in Business according to Martindale Hubbell. In addition, she was selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America in 2015. She has been selected as a Mid-South Super Lawyer since 2013 and by Best Lawyers in America since 2014 for litigation and workers’ compensation for employers. Roxanne was also named one of the “Top 50 Women Mid-South Super Lawyers” in 2014. Roxanne was selected as a Mid-South Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine from 2010-2012. In 2011, Roxanne was named to the Mississippi Business Journal’s “Top 40 Under 40”. Additionally in 2011, Roxanne was named among Mississippi Business Journal’s Top Ten “Leaders in Law” Lawyer of the Year from Mississippi’s top 50 lawyers.
Roxanne received her Bachelor of Engineering degree from Mississippi State University in 1994. Following her undergraduate career, Roxanne attended Mississippi College School of Law as a Herrin-Hess Scholar for three years earning her Juris Doctorate in 1997.
Roxanne is married to Shaw Case and has two sons.