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Mr. McClusky is an extremely hard working attorney. He always takes the time to go over any questions I have... more
Memphis  Joseph Andrew McClusky

Joseph McClusky

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.1
As a new physician obtaining employment in another state, many loopholes exist benefiting the hospital.... more
Memphis  Walter Edward Schuler

Walter Schuler

Memphis, TN Health Care
Avvo rating 10.0
Larry is an extremely capable and knowledgeable attorney with whom I have worked and known for over 20 years.... more
Memphis  Larry Robert Bray

Larry Bray

Memphis, TN Estate Planning
Avvo rating 8.5
I made a terrible mistake my senior year of high school that could have prevented me from continuing my... more
Memphis  Mark Steven McDaniel

Mark McDaniel

Memphis, TN Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
I was in need of legal services to correct a long running matter. After speaking with Mr. Black for 5... more
Memphis  Stevan Lenoir Black

Stevan Black

Memphis, TN Family
Avvo rating 9.4
Attorney Johnson saved my sanity! I was involved in a discrimination suit where I was the plaintiff.... more
Memphis  Florence Marie Johnson

Florence Johnson

Memphis, TN Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I have had several business related legal experiences involving various matters over the years but nothing... more
Memphis  Megan Elizabeth Arthur

Megan Arthur

Memphis, TN Family
Avvo rating 10.0
Curt Runger handled some legal issues for me. He is very informative and on top of things. He did a great job.... more
Memphis  Curtis Alan Runger

Curtis Runger

Memphis, TN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.5


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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