Cary Littlejohn practices with Don Barrett P.A. in Lexington, M.S. where he focuses on representing individuals in individual and class action cases for economic injury. Mr. Littlejohn has played an integral role in Bridgestone v. IBM, as well as numerous food misbranding cases.
While in law school, Mr. Littlejohn interned for Judge John McClarty of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, were he conducted legal research and drafted opinions in civil cases. Mr. Littlejohn also interned for the Nashville Public Defender’s Office in Nashville, TN where he assisted in representing clients, conducted interviews, and conducted legal research. Mr. Littlejohn also served as an extern for the Knox County District Attorney’s Office in his final year of law school. After law school, Mr. Littlejohn joined the Teach For America program and taught middle school English in a low income school in the Mississippi Delta.
Mr. Littlejohn lives in Lexington, M.S. and is an active member of the Lexington Rotary Club.
- J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law, 2013
- B.A., Political Science, University of Memphis, 2010, Summa Cum Laude (Phi Kappa Phi)