In the 2016 Mid South Super Lawyer edition, Larry Rice answered questions on a few of his favorite things. Click the link to read what he said on page 10: http://digital.superlawyers.com/superlawyers/taslrs16?pg=10#pg10

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Thank you. People say they do not like lawyers, and they like divorce lawyers even less. So when our clients and colleagues elected a divorce firm as Memphis’ Finest Law Firm, it is a remarkable honor. This honor belongs to the lawyers, paralegals, and law clerks for their commitment to doing their best for our clients every day. We were flattered and surprised to win the first time, winning a second and third time almost makes us believe the nice things people say about the firm. Don’t worry about this going to our heads because there are plenty of unhappy opposing parties saying mean things about us. But that may really mean we are doing our job representing our clients.

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