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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on May 15, 2014

Winners in the TBA’s 2014 YouTube Video Contest have been announced, with Jack Tucker of Signal Mountain winning first place in the middle school category for his video “A Four Day School Week” and Caroline Rogers of Knoxville taking top honors in the high school category for her video “Ban Mountaintop Removal.” This year’s contest challenged students to produce three-minute videos addressing the statement “There ought to be a law…” Students were asked to identify an issue affecting their communities and either propose a new law or suggest taking one off the books to address the situation. Tucker and Rogers each will receive a cash award of $500 and their videos will be shown during the Lawyers Lunch at the TBA Convention in Gatlinburg in June. See a list of all the winners and watch their videos.