Also known as Brian OShaughnessy

Brian Lee O'Shaughnessy

Brian Lee O'Shaughnessy

Debt Collection Attorney
Chattanooga, TN




No Misconduct



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Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Free Consultation (45 minutes)

Client Reviews

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Let Brian take care of your legal problems

Posted by: a client about 1 month ago.

Let Brian O'Shaughnessy take care of your legal problems! Nobody wants to deal with lawyers for any reason, but if you have to - pick a good one....

Fantastic job. Quick, caring, efficient, and knowledgeable, you cannot do better than Brian.

Posted by: a Criminal Defense client over 1 year ago.

There are not enough superlatives to describe how well Brian did during his representation of my case. He acted quickly to come to a rapid resolution,...
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Showing 2 of 5 peer endorsements

Robert Samuel Gilligan
Robert Gilligan

Waynesville, NC

3 months ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse this lawyer.
Michael S. Waddington
Michael Waddington

Evans, GA

11 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse Brian. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.
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2007 License Status: Active for the state of Tennessee.
Last updated by Avvo: 01/05/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga


Showing 1 of 3 degrees

2006 Juris Doctorate in Law

University of Tennessee College of Law


Showing 1 of 2 awards

2013 2013 Mid-South Rising Stars

Super Lawyers


Showing 1 of 11 association entries

2012- present Board of Directors

Federal Defender Services of Eastern Tennessee, Inc.

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Showing 2 of 3 publications

2006 The Growing Need for an Alternative to the AMT

Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy

2006 Post-merger Continuation of a Consolidated Group after Its Common Parent Merged Downstream into a Subsidiary

The Tennessee Journal of Business Law

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