Michael W. Mitchell joined the firm of Gentry, Arnold & Mitchell, PLLC in 2012.... more
Michael W. Mitchell joined the firm of Gentry, Arnold & Mitchell, PLLC in 2012. Prior to this Mr. Mitchell was a partner in a general practice firm for 21 years. Though his primary focus is bankruptcy law, he practice includes domestic law, general civil litigation, as well as criminal misdemeanor and traffic defense. He also frequently sits as special judge in Shelby County Civil General Sessi... view profile
Forrest L. Wallace has been practicing law for over five years in the Federal and... more
Forrest L. Wallace has been practicing law for over five years in the Federal and State courts of Tennessee. His practice focuses on representing people, whether they be injured in an accident, hurt on the job, or charged with a crime. He is committed to his clients by aggressviely fighting to protect their rights and strives to get the best results under the law. Forrest Wallace is... view profile
Lew Wardlaw is a native Memphian and a graduate of Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal School.... more
Lew Wardlaw is a native Memphian and a graduate of Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal School. Following his graduation from the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, Lew received his Bachelor of Arts (BA), Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Juris Doctor (JD) degrees from the University of Memphis. He joined Martin, Tate, Morrow & Marston in 2003.Lew practices primarily in the state and ... view profile
General practice attorneys perform a wide range of legal services but usually do not focus on a single area of the law. You will usually find a general practice lawyer in a small town, but big cities have them as well. You might consider a general practice lawyer as a “Jack of all Trades” who can give advice in many legal areas, represent you in common lawsuits and negotiations, and prepare everyday agreements and contracts. If you have a legal issue and aren't sure what type of lawyer should handle it, a general practice attorney is a good starting point. A general practice lawyer will refer you to an attorney who handles a specific practice area if necessary.