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Mayo Mallette welcomes Kate M. Embry as an Associate

December 18th, 2013

Mayo Mallette is pleased to announce that Kate M. Embry, Esq., has associated with the firm.  Mrs. Embry will focus her practice on litigation, including business, personal injury, and premises liability litigation.  She is Vice-President of the Lafayette County Bar Association, and is licensed to practice in Mississippi and Tennessee.  She is experienced in representing clients in wide variety of maters, including personal injury, premises liability, medical malpractice, and business.  She is a proud graduate of the University of Mississippi and University of Mississippi School of Law.  

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