Clint was born in Winfield, Alabama and raised in Belmont, Mississippi. He graduated with a B.A. and M.S. in Mathematics from Mississippi State University. While obtaining his Masters Degree at Mississippi State, Clint was accepted in the Teaching Assistant program where he taught and tutored various math courses. He was awarded the Teaching Assistant of the year during his final year at MSU. After MSU, he went on to obtain his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law. He took the bar exam in both Mississippi and Tennessee during one week and passed both. Clint is admitted to practice law in both Tennessee and Mississippi.
Clint has spent most of his career in the courtroom through a variety of legal opportunities. He has litigated civil tort claims, criminal defense, domestic disputes, and spent four (4) years as a Youth Court Prosecutor. In addition, he has represented children in the Golden Triangle area as a certified Guardian Ad Litem for the state of Mississippi. He is a member of Mississippi Association for Justice and has been an advocate for individual rights for his entire career.
When not practicing law, Clint has continued to enjoy teaching Law and Mathematics over the years. He is an avid sports fan who enjoys golf, tennis, Mississippi State athletics and spending time with his nieces and nephew during his personal time.