Douglass & Runger

Douglass & Runger


Firm Overview

Douglass & Runger is an association of attorneys, not a partnership. Douglass & Runger serves clients in the greater Memphis area, including Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Cordova, Germantown, Lakeland, in addition to the surrounding counties, including, but not limited to, Chester County, Fayette County, Hardin County, Hardemann County, Lauderdale County, Madison County and Tipton County Tennessee. The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal or tax advice. The transmission or receipt of any information on this website is not intended to, nor does it create, an attorney-client relationship. If you have any questions, or would like to set up a consultation to discuss your case, please contact us at, all rights reserved.

Main Office

Main Office
2820 Summer Oaks Dr
Bartlett TN 38134


(901) 388-5805



Personal Injury

Curtis Runger

Douglass & Runger

Mr. Runger offers his clients a broad base of legal knowledge and experience in the areas of personal injury, domestic and probate law, as well as general civil litigation. Additionally, Mr. Runger represents small business owners in setting up corporations and limited liability companies and assists clients in buying and selling businesses. Mr. Runger strives to provide zealous representation to all his clients, no matter how large or small their cases may be.

Clemson University, 1999
B.A., Language & International Trade, German
University of Memphis, J.D. 2003

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice:
Tennessee, state and federal, 2003

Associations and Memberships:
Memphis Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association
Tennessee Association for Justice
Volunteer for Youth Leadership of Memphis

Lori R. Holyfield

Douglass & Runger

Ms. Holyfield focuses her practice in divorce, child custody, and other areas of domestic litigation. She is licensed to practice law in Tennessee. Her primary motivator is making a difference in the lives of her clients and helping them as they move through transitions in their lives. She is a member of the Memphis Bar Association and its associated Family Law Section, as well as the Association for Women Attorneys.

Ms. Holyfield is a cum laude graduate of the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. During law school, Ms. Holyfield served as the Senior Notes Editor of The University of Memphis Law Review and participated in the Child and Family Litigation Clinic. Her Law Review Note, One Fell Through the Cracks: Why Tennessee Needs an Initial Outpatient Commitment Statute, was published in Volume 42 of The University of Memphis Law Review. She was honored to receive multiple awards and distinctions, including the Law Review Award for Excellence in Legal Writing; two Dean's Awards for Excellence (Best Legal Brief and Best Legal Memorandum); and CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Torts, Income Taxation, and National Security Law. She was also acknowledged in Who's Who Among America's College and Universities and selected to membership in the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. In recognition of her academic achievement, she further received the Lawyers' Association for Women Scholarship, the Memphis Access and Diversity Law Scholarship, the Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Scholarship, and the Humphreys Fellowship.

Ms. Holyfield also holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. At Rhodes, she was recognized with several awards and scholarships. A lifelong resident of the Memphis metropolitan area, she graduated with honors from Bolton High School.


Bar Number: 031369


Rhodes College
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,

The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
Juris Doctor, cum laude,

Lori Holyfield

Douglass & Runger