The Children’s Justice Division serves children and families by working with Mississippi Child Protection Services to help children move through the foster care system to the forever homes that best suit the child’s best interests. In addition, the Division’s prosecutors and investigators help enforce child support orders.
Fixing broken foster care and adoption systems and enhancing child support enforcement are two pillars of Attorney General Fitch’s Empowerment Project. You can learn more about these and the other pillars here.
Hadley Gable, Director
Hadley currently serves as the Director of the Children’s Justice Division for the Attorney General’s Office. She joined the Attorney General’s Office in October of 2021, as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State Agencies Division by representing Child Protection Services. Hadley previously worked in private practice until 2017, when she transitioned into state service.
Hadley is a graduate of Mississippi State University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and was a four-year letter recipient for the Women’s Soccer Team. She received her Juris Doctorate in 2014 from Mississippi College School of Law.