Retired BPJ Member Mike Cody was a young lawyer in 1968 when Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Memphis to fight for the rights of the striking sanitation workers. In a new interview at SuperLawyers.com, he remembers those historic days and the changes — for
BPJ Member Jennifer Hagerman has been named Chair of the Board of Professional Responsibility by the Tennessee Supreme Court.
Maybe so, says BPJ Member Melissa Maravich, for all kinds of reasons, including the risks you take when dealing with a jury’s snap impressions.
It’s hard to put a value on 40 years of loyal service, but we tried this month, as we celebrated Erick Anderson, our valued colleague and friend.
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