TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Apr 11, 2014

Memphis Area Legal Services (MALS) has leased the long-vacant top floor of the 11-story Falls Building in downtown Memphis and will relocate to the space on July 1. The 13,473-square-foot space in the historic building was previously occupied by the law firm of Martin Tate Morrow & Marston, but has sat vacant since 2004, the Memphis Business Journal reports. Prior to moving into the new offices, MALS will do some construction, including redesigning the entrance, creating a separate entrance for its fair housing group and adjusting the sizes of some of the individual offices. The construction should take about 10 weeks, said MALS Executive Director and CEO Harrison McIver III.