Bankruptcy Attorney Jobs in Memphis, Tennessee

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-SUMMARY: To handle all attorney's calls, letters and subpoenas. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 1. Sort and open all attorneys' correspondence. 2. Process all attorneys' requests for itemized bills. 3. Prepare subpoenas as they are received. 4. Work telebest account deletion report for Client Manager. 5. Handle consumer credit counseling...
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Salaries

$33,280.00 - $312,000.00
Typical Salary for Bankruptcy Attorney in Memphis
(15 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Professional
76.9%
Doctorate
15.4%
Bachelor's
7.7%
(13 Respondents)
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