Blake Tyler

Blake A. Tyler received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Mississippi College School of Law in 2004. After finishing an internship with then Mississippi Attorney General Mike Moore, Mr. Tyler went into the private practice of law and is currently a partner at GADOW|TYLER, PLLC in Jackson, Mississippi. Mr. Tyler has been appointed by the current Attorney General of Mississippi, Jim Hood, as a Special Assistant Attorney General and has assisted General Hood in a number of areas of civil litigation, including consumer protection, securities and antitrust litigation and he regularly defends Mississippi’s State Agencies and the Institutions of Higher Learning in labor disputes before the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission.

Practice Areas

Mr. Tyler’s primary practice focuses on workers’ compensation, consumer protection, consumer bankruptcy and securities litigation. Mr. Tyler has represented thousands of Mississippians before both the Northern and Southern District of Mississippi Bankruptcy Courts in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 proceedings.


Delta State University (B.A., Psychology with a minor in Biology, 1999) Mississippi College School of Law (J.D., 2004)

Bar Admissions and Associations

  • Mississippi State Courts
  • United States District Courts:
    • Southern District of Mississippi
    • Northern District of Mississippi
  • United States Bankruptcy Courts:
    • Southern District of Mississippi
    • Northern District of Mississippi
  • Mississippi Bar Association