Kacey Guy Bailey, a Laurel, MS native, joined Glover, Young, Hammack, Walton & Simmons, PLLC in 2019.
Kacey obtained her undergraduate degree in Politics from Princeton University in 2001. She worked on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Assistant for Congressman Ronnie Shows (MS-04) before returning home to Mississippi. Kacey graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Law, obtaining her Juris Doctor degree in 2006.
Kacey is a member of The Mississippi Bar and the Lauderdale County Bar Association, having served as President (2012), Vice President (2011), and Secretary (2007 and 2008) of the local bar. She currently serves on the Committee on Professional Responsibility of The Mississippi Bar and on the Access for Justice Commission. Kacey has served on the board of directors of the Mississippi Center for Legal Services.
Kacey is a member of the boards of directors of The Phil Hardin Foundation and the Eastman Memorial Foundation. She is a member of the Meridian Rotary Club. She is past president of the Junior Auxiliary of Meridian and the Meridian Symphony League. She has served on the boards of directors of the East Mississippi Business Development Foundation, Meridian Symphony Association, and the Boys and Girls Club of East Mississippi. Kacey is active in the Princeton Alumni Association of Mississippi.
Kacey was recognized as a "Top 20 Under 40" by the Meridian Star and as an Emerging Congressional Staff Leader by the John C. Stennis Center for Public Service for the 107th Congress.
Kacey represents individuals and businesses in civil litigation, including personal injury, premises liability, healthcare law, medical malpractice defense, and product liability defense. She advises business clients in corporate governance, contract formation, and contract disputes. Kacey practices before chancery courts in the areas of family law and wills and estates.
Kacey and her husband Bo, a Meridian native, are the proud parents of two daughters. They attend First Baptist Church of Meridian, and Kacey teaches in its children's ministry.