Entering her second year as a member of the Titans' squad, Jocey is the first-ever Titans Cheerleader to achieve such a feat.
Excited about her future opportunities, Jocey says she "could not have achieved this dream without the support of her family, friends and fellow Titans Cheerleaders."
Along with 50 other new lawyers who were formally introduced before the Tennessee Supreme Court on Tuesday, Jocey took an oath administered by Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice M. Holder to uphold both the United States and Tennessee State Constitutions.
Jocey, who received her B.A. from the University of Mississippi, recently received her Doctorate degree from the Nashville School of Law. After graduation and following a year of intense study, Jocey sat for the Tennessee Bar Exam in February. Her induction in front of the Tennessee State Supreme Court marked the culmination of years of hard work and dedication to her academics and career.
"It was both an exciting and emotional day as this marked the end of a long journey and the beginning of what will hopefully be a long, successful career," Jocey said.
Jocey's next step is becoming a lawyer for the Design Team L.L.C., a customized sign manufacturer out of Savannah, Tenn. She is thrilled to begin her new job with the Design Team and hopes to someday partner with her fellow legal colleagues to create her own practice.
Jocey looks forward to being both an active member in the field of law and on the football field, where she will cheer the Tennessee Titans to victory this season.