Thoughts for the Third Week of March 2020 by Christopher Sullivan

Dear Reader: In light of current events, our usual guest contributor’s column is being replaced with a rare glimpse into the editorial process here at LT Weekly. Instead of a “well written” narrative reflecting on life, the law, sports, or family, as a special feature, we thought we’d invite you behind the scenes to see just how this week’s guest … Read More

Brian Faughnan’s TBA Ethics Road Show is Now Online

Sessions from the TBA’s Ethics Road Show are now available online. Join Memphis lawyer Brian Faughnan with Lewis Thomason as he explores potential rules changes, that if enacted, would fundamentally reshape the landscape for legal services. He also discusses ethics rules that remain important whatever the future looks like. Check out Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Each session offers 1.5 hours of … Read More

Ray Babaoglu Speaker at Tennessee Bar Association Immigration Law Seminar

Ray Babaoglu, a shareholder in Lewis Thomason’s Memphis office, spoke on his experiences in immigration court over the many decades that he practiced. He happened to be on the panel with the director the US immigration courts. He and the director of the US immigration courts both acknowledged that the courts are facing increased caseloads and years of delays in … Read More

Lewis Thomason Welcomes New Associate

Lewis Thomason is pleased to welcome Schyler Cox as an associate in our Nashville office. Schyler grew up in Hendersonville, Tennessee, but graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2019 (Roll Tide). During law school, she clerked for a state court judge and externed for the Tuscaloosa District Attorney’s office. She previously practiced at a boutique health … Read More

The Top 10 Rock Stars/Bands of All Time by Steve Barton

1. Background As a highly acclaimed “humor” columnist, I have always felt that it is important to stay in touch with my loyal readership. So I recently contacted both of them to discuss a problem I’ve been having. We “humor” columnists call it “writer’s block”. But it’s more commonly known as “having nothing worthwhile to say.” So we started to … Read More