Louis Conley is a native of Tupelo, MS. He is the son of Lewis Conley and the late Annie Helen Conley. He graduated Tupelo High School in 2004 as the leader of the student body being named “Mr. Tupelo High”, High School Hall of Fame inductee and quarterback of the Tupelo Golden Wave. Upon graduating from Tupelo High School, Louis attended Millsaps College where he was a member of two Conference Championship football teams and was selected second team all-conference performer twice as a wide receiver. Louis graduated from Millsaps in 2008 with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. Upon graduation, Louis returned to Tupelo and worked with Renasant Bank in various capacities, most recently as a Loan Officer.
In 2013, he made the decision to pursue a long-held dream of becoming a lawyer, so he enrolled in Ole Miss Law School. During his tenure at the University of Mississippi School of Law, Louis participated in various capacities in the Black Law Students’ Association serving as the Co-Chair of the Community Service Committee, as well as the outgoing Fundraising Chair and Parliamentarian for the Executive Board. Additionally, Louis was a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council, Executive Board Member of the Negotiation Board, and an Executive Board Member of the Public Interest Law Foundation. Presently, Louis resides in Southaven, Mississippi with his lovely wife, Denaya Conley, who is a resident physician practicing in the Memphis area. They have one son, Louis “L.J.” Conley, Jr. Louis has a general practice law firm that counsels in areas of criminal defense, personal injury, family law, transactional and business law, and estate planning.