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At Harris Shelton, we deliver consistent and successful results by building true partnerships with our clients. We achieve this by our firm’s understanding of the industries and the economic climates in which they operate and the potential legal industries that impact their businesses and livelihoods.

With 50 lawyers, we are one of the largest firms in the Memphis area. However, we are a homegrown firm, meaning, we can offer competitive rates and personalized attention multi-office law firms cannot. Our attorneys and staff reflect our deep roots, understanding and commitment to the local community.

Our dedication and focus on our clients’ goals runs through all of our legal services - from crafting complex estate plans and trusts; counseling businesses in regulatory compliance; and navigating through the myriad challenges of business transactions in an ever-changing global economy.

Simply put, what is best for the client is best for us. Case by case, working towards a common goal, we want the optimum outcome. We are, indeed, the voice of the client.


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Posted On Mar 27, 2019
John Ryder Sworn In as TVA Board Member

MEMPHIS  ― John Ryder, of Memphis, Tenn., today officially assumed his role as a member of the Tennessee Valley Authority board of directors after taking the oath of office in a ceremony in Memphis. His term will expire on May 18, 2021.

            Ryder was nominated by President Donald Trump on Jan. 18, 2019, and was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Feb. 28. He was sworn into office by Judge S. Thomas Anderson, Chief U.S. District Judge for the Western District of Tennessee.

            “TVA’s priorities remain a critical part of the ‘formula’ that drives success in the Tennessee Valley: reliable energy at low cost, ....

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Posted On Feb 26, 2019
Harris Shelton Attorneys Expand Practice to Nashville

Harris Shelton attorneys Jeffrey Griffin, Laura Martin, Emily Huseth and Michael Rafferty were recently sworn in to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee before the Honorable Judge William L. Campbell, Jr. The motion for admission was made on behalf of all four attorneys by Harris Shelton attorney Abby Webb.

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