Four Harris Shelton attorneys have been recognized by the Tennessee Supreme Court for their pro bono work, joining the 2020 Attorneys for Justice honor roll.
For seven consecutive years, the Tennessee Supreme Court has celebrated lawyers and law offices for their commitment to providing pro bono services to those who cannot afford legal costs. To be considered for Attorneys for Justice, lawyers must report a minimum of 50 hours of pro bono service annually. The program is voluntary and based on self-reporting pro bono services provided during the previous calendar year when eligible attorneys renew their legal licenses with the Board of Professional Responsibility (BPR).
Harris Shelton is thrilled to celebrate the following attorneys for being named to the 2020 Attorneys for Justice Pro Bono Honor Roll:
We congratulate our attorneys on this occasion and take pride in their commitment to our community.
Click here to read the full list of 2020 Attorneys for Justice.
Harris Shelton Hanover Walsh, PLLC is the result of the joining of two of the oldest law firms in Memphis – Harris, Shelton, Dunlap, Cobb & Ryder PLLC and Hanover, Walsh, Jalenak & Blair PLLC. Together, they have been providing legal solutions to businesses and entrepreneurs for more than 150 years. Employing more than 50 attorneys, Harris Shelton Hanover Walsh is one of the largest law firms in Memphis and has offices in Nashville and Covington, Tennessee and Oxford, Mississippi.