Amy Topik
Workers' Compensation

Jackson Office


Mississippi University for Women, 1995 (with honors)
Mississippi College School of Law, 1998

Bar and Court Admissions:
All Mississippi Courts
Mississippi Bar
Workers’ Compensation and Administrative Law Section
Madison County Bar Association
Committee Member Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program of Mississippi Bar

Professional Organizations:
Mississippi Ballet Guild Board Secretary

Mississippi Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40, 2005
National Amateur Baseball Federation’s Woman of the Year, 2004

Reported Cases:
Thadison v. Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.
Hopper v. Joe Krevinic

Practice Areas:
Workers’ Compensation

Amy completed her undergradate work at Mississippi University for Women, graduating in 1995 wtih a B.A. in English, cum laude with honors. While at the "W", Amy was named  the Eudora Welty Scholar. She received her J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law in 1998 and was admitted to practice in the state of Mississippi. She primarily practiced in the area of workers' compensation for two years before joining Markow Walker, P.A., in July 2000, where she practices in the workers' compensation section of the firm. Amy is a certified mediator in the workers' compensation mediation program. She was named the National Amateur Baseball Federation's Woman of the Year in 2004 for her work with youth baseball as well as the Mississippi Business Journal's Top 40 under 40 for 2005. She currently serves as Sectretary for the Ballet Mississippi Guild and devotes much of her free time to volunteer work iwth the non-profit youth baseball organization, the Jackson Ninety-Sixers Baseball Club and at St. Paul Catholic Church, where she and her family are parishioners. Amy resides in Brandon with her husband, Derek, her son, John David and her daughter, Mary Lee.