Katherine Harris Elliott Joins The Harris Firm

Katherine Harris Elliott Joins The Harris Firm

Since 1981, the Harris Law Firm, PLLC has been solely devoted to helping the injured receive compensation for their suffering. We have secured millions for our clients in a wide variety of cases, and we have been proud to serve them as Greenville personal injury attorneys.

However, thanks to our newest attorney, that is not all we are. With the arrival of Attorney Katherine Harris Elliott, we are proud to serve our community in a new and equally vital area—family law.

Before earning her law degree, Katherine earned both her bachelor’s and her master’s degrees in social work. She graduated summa cum laude for both degrees, with her bachelor’s from the University of Arkansas and her master’s from Washington University in St. Louis.

After becoming a licensed social worker, she pursued a law degree at Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas. There she worked at the Litigation Clinic handling family law issues. Like with her previous degrees, she graduated summa cum laude with her juris doctorate. Thanks to her background in social work, she is highly qualified to meet the personal and legal needs of her clients, whether they are working through a contested divorce or a child custody agreement.

Continuing a Legacy of Legal Excellence

Not only an accomplished professional, Katherine is also the daughter of our founding attorney, W. Noel Harris. Her role at the firm represents a tradition of legal excellence begun in 1981 that continues today. With Katherine handling family law matters, and her father handling personal injury cases, the Harris Law Firm has never been more equipped to meet the needs of Greenville, MS residents.

We are proud to have Katherine join our team at the firm, and we look forward to seeing what she accomplishes for our clients. If you are in need of a Greenville family law attorney, call us today at (662) 735-6074 or contact us online. We look forward to helping you get the results you need.