Blog Posts in 2015

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  • "Women to Watch" on The Rice Divorce Team

    Our very own, Jennifer Bellott and Andrea Schultz were featured under the “Women to Watch” section in the October issue of Memphis Magazine. We are so proud of their achievements and are delighted to ...

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  • Honored to be Representing One of Joe Barton's Clients Today
    Honored to be Representing One of Joe Barton's Clients Today

    Friday Erin O’Dea and I had the privilege to represent one of Joe Barton’s clients in a college reimbursement petition. Joe is still in the hospital but in our phone conversation he continued to be ...

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  • Choose Your Battles Wisely: The Art of Objecting
    Choose Your Battles Wisely: The Art of Objecting

    By Harrison Donahoe Typically when people imagine attorneys, especially divorce attorneys, in a courtroom the first image that springs to mind is that of a huge cacophonous argument filled with legal ...

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  • When the Rubber Hits the Road
    When the Rubber Hits the Road

    9,937.5 hours. This is certainly a number I won’t remember – in fact I spent the last few minutes with a calculator and calendar figuring out exactly what the number was. The biggest thing that is ...

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  • Things Left Unsaid: The Importance of Critical Analysis to the Lawyer
    Things Left Unsaid: The Importance of Critical Analysis to the Lawyer

    I’m standing in a room that six months ago, I would have found myself hurriedly eating lunch in before my afternoon classes. The students and alumni of Rhodes College, amongst whose ranks I now find ...

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  • The University of Memphis Journalism Internship Fair
    The University of Memphis Journalism Internship Fair

    Most students absolutely dread attending any school function that is required, however the students who attended the panel discussion regarding journalism internships at the University of Memphis on ...

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