Daniel Coker has a proud tradition of maintaining a strong community presence. Founding partner Curtis E. Coker was one of the founders and owners of Jackson School of Law, which later became the Mississippi College School of Law and which remains one of the two law schools in Mississippi.
Beginning in 1986, we have been a proud sponsor of Mississippi Public Radio, Mississippi’s only statewide radio and television broadcast network, supporting its mission to educate, enlighten, and entertain Mississippians.
Our attorneys provide pro-bono legal services for the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project and Mission First to help close the representation gap for underserved populations.
Daniel Coker routinely serves as a co-sponsor of the Magnolia Bar Foundation’s Statewide Boys and Girls Law Camp, a free camp for Mississippi youth ages 13-15. The camp targets youth who are economically, socially, or culturally disadvantaged and provides youth with the opportunity “to interact with lawyers, expose them to the field of law, and provide educational and social activities that facilitate the development of values and life skills.”
Daniel Coker recently co-sponsored the Mississippi Children’s Museum’s Discovery Night: Remix!, the museum’s signature family fundraising event. Proceeds went towards MCM’s literary and STEM initiatives, particularly for students in the Jackson Metro Area. Daniel Coker also participates in local food and clothing drives, as well as other community outreach activities.
We welcome opportunities to give back, strive to build strong community bonds, and stand committed to making our community a better place.