Undergraduate: Jackson State University, W.E.B. DuBois Honors College, B.M. in Music Performance., Cum Laude, 2012.
Law School: Mississippi College School of Law, Magna Cum Laude, 2016; American Jurisprudence Award in Business Associations and Mediation; Hearin Fellow Scholarship recipient; Tom S. Lee Scholarship recipient; National Order of Barristers; External Appellate Competition Chair of the Moot Court Board; National Finalist and Second Best Brief Zehmer Workers’ Compensation National Competition; 3rd Place Overall Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition; Quarterfinalist, Closing Argument Competition; Octofinalist, Copeland Cook Taylor and Bush Moot Court Competition; Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society; Black Law Students Association; Sports and Entertainment Law Society; American Association for Justice; Women’s Student Bar Association.
Ray served as the Judicial Extern to the Honorable Justice Jim Kitchens of the Mississippi Supreme Court; Served as a Legal Intern for the Public Lands Division for the Mississippi Secretary of State; Served as Legal Intern for the 22nd Circuit District Attorney of Mississippi. Teaching/Research Assistant: Trial Practice, Civil Procedure and Business Associations, Mississippi College School of Law; Ray is admitted to practice before all Mississippi State and Federal Courts, including the Mississippi Supreme Court. She is also admitted to practice before all Louisiana State Courts. Ray has successfully represented countless number of injured clients in settlements and trials in Mississippi for Personal Injury and Workers Compensation Claims.