Wayne E. Ferrell, Jr., graduated with a Master of Laws in Aviation and Space Law from the Institute of Air & Space Law, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 1981, submitting his Master's Thesis on Aircraft Manufacturer's Liability. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the Jackson School of Law (now Mississippi College School of Law) in 1975, and a Bachelors of Arts degree in Business and Economics from Millsaps College in 1969. Wayne was a pilot in the Mississippi Air National Guard for 24 years, flying RF101C (Voodoo) aircraft; RF4C (Phantom) aircraft; and Fairchild C-26 aircraft. He was Deputy Commander of Maintenance for 5 years and responsible for maintaining RF4C aircraft, Fairchild C-26 aircraft, and KC135R aircraft. Wayne attended the Aircraft Accident Investigation Course at the University of Southern California in 1989; Accelerated Aircraft Maintenance Officer School at Chanute Air Force Base in 1986; and Judge Advocate Officer's Advanced Course, U.S. Army's Judge Advocate General's School in Charlottesville, VA in 1985. Wayne attended U.S. Air Force Undergraduate Pilot Training at Williams Air Force Base in Chandler, AZ from 1970 to 1971; U.S. Air Force combat Ready Training on RF101C aircraft at Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville AR from 1971 to 1972; and U.S. Air Force Combat Ready Training on RF4C aircraft at Shaw Air Force Base, SC in 1979. Wayne is a Mid-South 2017 and 2018 Super Lawyers Honoree. He specializes in Aircraft/Helicopter Crash Litigation, FAA Administrative Hearings, NTSB Administrative Hearings, Aviation Litigation. His practice also includes Sports Litigation, NCAA Infractions Hearings, Personal Injury, and Products Liability. His website is www.airlawonline.com.