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text 2014-06-16 03:45
Robert Abney & Associates Law Firm Memphis: John W. Duck

John W. Duck is a founder and partner of Cochran, Uhlmann, Abney, Duck and Wright. He concentrates his practice in the areas of Bankruptcy and Family Law. He is a member of the Memphis Bar Association and the Tennessee State Bar as well as a member of the Bankruptcy Section of the Memphis Bar. He is admitted to practice in all the Courts in Tennessee, the United States District Court of Tennessee and the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Western District of Tennessee, Eastern and Western Divisions.


Mr. Duck attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville where he received both his Bachelors Degree and his Juris Doctorate.


Mr. Duck has done pro bono work through Memphis Area Legal Services where he worked for two years at the beginning of his career. Mr. Duck is a past President and Vice-President of the Mid-South Sport Riders motorcycle club. Having lived in Brazil for much of his early life, Mr. Duck is fluent in Portuguese and conversational in Spanish.

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review 2014-05-08 19:47
John Philip Duck - children's book
John Philip Duck - Patricia Polacco

I have a fascination with ducks.  Something about how they take care of one another and how they fly in formation amazes me.  Whenever I see ducks, I think it’s a sign of good luck and of course, when they fly overhead…. I have to stop and watch.   Patricia Polacco’s book titled John Philip Duck was a fun and delightful book about a boy and his duck.  Patricia tells her story with wonderful illustrations that capture your heart and can tell the whole story just by looking at the pictures.  I really enjoy the individual faces in her book.  By just looking at the characters facial expressions, you can feel their emotions and the story coming through.  Her stories are quite lengthy as she has a heartfelt story to tell so don’t expect to finish this story in a few minutes but the time spent is well worth it.   Patricia takes you back through time as the ducks swim around in the hotel lobby after the bellman has rolled out the red carpet for them, you’re so proud of Edward and his hard work that you feel the music as he taps his stick.  Patricia did it again with another outstanding book.  

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