Sunday, 1 June 2014

Robert Abney & Associates Law Firm Memphis: Charles D. Wright

Charles D. Wright is a founder/partner of Cochran, Uhlmann,Abney, Duck and Wright.  His practiceareas are general civil and criminal law with emphasis on property and casualty insurance law, personal injury law and commercial litigation. He was admitted to the Tennessee State Bar in 1974 and to the Mississippi State Bar in 1975. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Tennessee and Mississippi, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee and the United States Supreme Court. 

Mr. Wright attended Mississippi State University, receiving his bachelor's degree in science in 1957. He then received a Master's in Business Administration from The University of Memphis in 1968 and his juris doctor from the University of Memphis Law School in 1974. Mr. Wright also served in the United States Army and retired from the Reserve with the grade of Colonel. 

Mr. Wright was a member of the Shelby County Public Defender Staff for 30 years and prior to entering the practice of law, he was an insurance claim representative and manager. 

Mr. Wright is a communicant of Rosewood United Methodist Church and an active member of both the University of Memphis and Mississippi State University Alumni Associations. 

SPECIALTIES
·         Civil Law
·         Insurance Law
                Property Insurance Law
                Casualty Insurance Law
·         Personal Injury Law
·         Commercial Litigation
·         Criminal Law
  
EDUCATION
·         Mississippi State University
                                Bachelor's Degree
                               Sciences- 1957
·         University of Memphis
                                Master's Degree
                                Business Administration- 1968
·         University of Memphis Law School
               Juris Doctor- 1974
·         U.S. Army Command
               General Staff College- 1974

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
·         Memphis Bar Association
·         Tennessee Bar Association
·         Mississippi Bar Association

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