Ann Regan Bilbo Barlow, Esq.

Ann Regan has been an attorney with McNinch Law Firm since 2014, where she has worked exclusively in family law litigation and related matters. She is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association and the Rankin County Bar Association, where she has served as secretary for the past three years and as co-events chair. Ann Regan also serves the chancery courts of the tri-county area as a certified Guardian ad Litem. Ann Regan is a member of the Kappa Delta Jackson Area Alumnae Chapter, the Junior League of Jackson’s provisional class for 2021-2022, was a 2019 committee member for the Mississippi Children’s Museum’s annual Discovery Night fundraiser, and is a 2021 honoree for Best Dressed Jackson, benefitting the American Cancer Society.

Ann Regan grew up in McComb, Mississippi, where she graduated from Parklane Academy. Ann Regan attended the University of Mississippi, where she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. Although Ann Regan finished her last year of undergraduate school at Mississippi College (MC), both Ole Miss and MC hold an incredibly special place in her heart.

During her first semester at MC, Ann Regan’s undeniable love for people sparked an idea for a department-wide psychology project, Carnival on the Quad – a day of excitement for everyone exceptional. Ann Regan’s biggest supporter of this project was her father, from fundraising to attending, and everything in between. The annual event benefiting special needs children and adults continued as a Mississippi College psychology department tradition for many years. At MC, Ann Regan was a member of Psi Chi National Honor Society and was awarded the Senior Psychology Award for her dedication to the department of psychology, classroom performance, and, most notably, her work as founder of Carnival on the Quad. After one short year at MC, Ann Regan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and English Literature and was ready for the next chapter in her life: Mississippi College School of Law.

At MC Law, Ann Regan was a three-term Law Student Bar Association (LSBA) Senator, Events Chair of the LSBA, and served as President of the Family Law Society. She was also a charter member and secretary of the MC Law Student and Alumni Tennis Association, and an active member of Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity. Under her leadership in the LSBA, many new philanthropy events were implemented for the student body, including “Friendsgiving” at The Little Light House of Central Mississippi, the “Courts for Kids” Tennis Tournament, and an annually sponsored MC Law team in the Five K for the Fatherless. She was ultimately awarded the LSBA President’s Award for her outstanding leadership and dedication to MC Law.

During her last year at MC Law, Ann Regan was admitted to limited practice in the chancery courts of Mississippi through the Adoption Legal Clinic, where she completed 17 DHS adoptions in a single semester. She also served as a legal extern for the Honorable L. Joseph Lee, then Chief Judge of the Mississippi Court of Appeals.

When she isn’t prepping for trial or planning an event, Ann Regan loves Friday night lights, Saturdays in the Grove, long road trips, spending time with family, and showing her competitive side on a tennis court. She and her husband, Jeremy, reside at the reservoir with their two children, LeLe and Bo, and their Yorkie, Tucker.

Ann Regan Bilbo Barlow


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