About Snyder Law Firm
Attorney Gary P. Snyder, PLLC
Gary P. Snyder is in private practice as Attorney Gary P. Snyder, PLLC. Gary received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Mississippi. Following graduation from law school in 1976, Gary practiced in Greenville before moving to Olive Branch in 1980.
Gary maintains a general business practice. He served as City Attorney for the City of Olive Branch from 1997-2005. His areas of practice include commercial transactions, commercial and residential real estate, estate planning, probate, formation of businesses, non-profit corporations, elder law and governmental law. He is an approved Mississippi court annexed mediator.
As an active member of the Mississippi Bar, Gary has served on the Board of Bar Commissioners, the Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, Bench Bar Committee, and the Committee on Professional Responsibility, which he chaired in 2012-2013. He currently serves on the Ethics Committee. He has served as a district judge for the Mock Trial Competition and regularly participates as a facilitator in the James O. Dukes Law School Professionalism Program. Gary has been inducted as a Fellow of the Mississippi Bar Foundation, has served on its Nominating Committee, and currently serves on the Foundation’s IOLTA Grants Committee.
Law Related Memberships
Gary’s law related memberships include being a former Barrister and Bencher of the William C. Keady American Inns of Court and a former member of the Mississippi Municipal Attorneys Association, which he served as Secretary and President. Gary is currently a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, American Land Title Association, the University of Mississippi Lamar Order and the DeSoto County Bar Association.
For a number of years, Gary has had an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating in Martindale-Hubbell, and has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America in Real Estate and Real Estate Litigation since 2009.
Active in Olive Branch
Gary is a former member of the Olive Branch Chamber of Commerce, having served as a member of the Chamber’s Board of Directors and as President. He is also a former member of the DeSoto County Economic Development Council, and served as a member of the Council’s Board of Directors.