Jamie F. Little was born and raised in Huntington, West Virginia. She attended Marshall University and was a member of Alpha Chi Sigma (ΑΧΕ), professional chemistry fraternity. In May 2000, Mrs. Little graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry.
Mrs. Little attended the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia, and received her Juris Doctorate degree in May 2007. While at ASL, she was honored to be chosen as Student Ambassador so she could serve as a link between the law school and the outside community, and be able to share her own experiences with new and prospective law students.
Upon graduation, Mrs. Little served as Law Clerk to the Honorable William S. Thompson, Judge of the Twenty-Fifth Judicial Circuit in West Virginia. After completion of her Clerkship, Mrs. Little’s practice has focused on general litigation in both state and federal courts throughout West Virginia and Pennsylvania. She has years of experience with commercial litigation, construction litigation, personal injury claims, product liability claims, natural resources litigation and criminal law. Additionally, Mrs. Little argued a federal preemption matter (Harrison v. Skyline Corporation, Opinion No. 34706) before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and was successful on all issues presented to the Court. For several years she volunteered her time as co-coach for the University of Pittsburgh School of Law moot court team in preparation for the Energy & Sustainability Moot Court Competition held annually at the West Virginia University College of Law.
Upon moving to Nashville with her family in 2016, Mrs. Little joined Smith Cashion & Orr, PLC, as an Associate Attorney and her practice focuses on construction law and personal injury law.Click here for a printer-friendly version of this page. >>
- B.S. in Chemistry, Marshall University, 2000
- J.D., Appalachian School of Law, 2007
- West Virginia Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court for The Southern District of West Virginia
- U.S. District Court for The Northern District of West Virginia
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Honors & Distinctions
- Alpha Chi Sigma, Professional Chemistry Fraternity, Marshall University
- Student Ambassador, Appalachian School of Law
- Law Clerk to the Honorable William S. Thompson, Circuit Court Judge