Scott M. Shaw Joins Evans Harrison Hackett

Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Scott Shaw, newest member of the Evans Harrison Hackett Law Firm
Scott Shaw, newest member of the Evans Harrison Hackett Law Firm

The Chattanooga law firm of Evans Harrison Hackett PLLC announced that Scott M. Shaw has joined the firm as a member.


Mr. Shaw graduated from Wake Forest University in 1994, and obtained his law degree from Georgia State University in 1997.  Mr. Shaw’s practice for the last 15 years has focused on litigation and bankruptcy matters for his commercial clients, primarily handling real-estate related disputes, banking disputes, and business disputes.  He is licensed to practice law in both Tennessee and Georgia. 


Mr.

Shaw was named a rising star in the area of business litigation by Mid-South Super Lawyers in 2012 and 2013, and is currently a Barrister of the Justices Ray L. Brock Jr. and Robert E. Cooper American Inn of Court.  He is a 2007 graduate of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Leadership Law program.


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