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The Rice Law Firm did an outstanding job representing me. They were very caring and and helped me through... more
Memphis  Jessica Renee Farmer

Jessica Farmer

Memphis, TN Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 7.1
I received representation from the Hackett Law Firm and have been pleased with my overall experience. My mom... more
Memphis  Psonya Celeste Hackett

Psonya Hackett

Memphis, TN Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.4
In need of a Great Hardworking Attorney.....Attorney Burrow is the one to call. This lady right her is... more
Memphis  Latonya Sue Burrow

Latonya Burrow

Memphis, TN Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
Jeff helped my daughter with a traffic offense in Memphis, walking her through the pitfalls of the court... more
Memphis  James Jeffrey Lee

James Lee

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Susan was recommended to me by a friend and I was very happy. She's very knowledgable and held my hand... more
Memphis  Susan Ashley Hinsley

Susan Hinsley

Memphis, TN Mediation
Avvo rating 8.9
I had been in a protracted divorce and had not seen my daughter in 18 months. At the time I had joint custody... more
Memphis  Rachael Emily Putnam

Rachael Putnam

Memphis, TN Family
Avvo rating 6.5
he is highly unprofessional..Took advance payment on my case..Did not file my law suit for 4 months.. full... more
Memphis  Robert Hardy Jr.

Robert Hardy

Memphis, TN Lawyer
Avvo rating No concern
Mr. Jeffrey Lee helped me with a personal injury claim. He was very forthright and efficient with the... more
Memphis  James Jeffrey Lee

James Lee

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0


practicing lawyers in Memphis

In 1878, Memphis was hit by one of the worst epidemics to ever strike an American city. One in eight people died from a yellow fever outbreak, and the survivors fled Memphis en masse.

Memphis' population fell from 47,000 to 19,000 in the space of two months. The city was unable to pay its municipal debts, and temporarily lost its city charter.

For several years, Memphis was officially a taxing district instead of a city, but the efforts of the remaining inhabitants of Memphis led the city to rise from the ashes. By 1900, the population of Memphis was 102,320.

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