Corissa Davis is a graduate of Tullahoma High School in Tullahoma Tennessee. After THS, Corissa attended The University of Tennessee Knoxville and graduated with a degree in Child and Family Studies in 2018. After graduating from UT Knoxville, Corissa began work at a nonprofit organization where her mission was rooted in serving both children and adults with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities. Corissa began attending The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in the Fall of 2019 and graduated in the Spring of 2022. Corissa began work for Davis, Kessler & Davis in the summer of 2021 and after completing law school, she became an associate at the firm.
Corissa made the decision to enter into the legal field because she has a passion for the work and for the potential she has in this position to assist clients in need. Corissa understands that navigating the legal system can, at times, be a difficult and tiresome process for some people. She will strive to create a safe and inclusive space in the community around her for people who are seeking compassionate and empathetic representation in their darkest and toughest hours. Corissa endeavors to be a fierce supporter and encouraging presence to clients and to tirelessly advocate for the best interests of the persons seeking her assistance.