TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Jan 10, 2014

The Nashville law firm of Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge recently announced the results of its 5th annual Respect Contest, which asks area fifth-graders to answer two questions through original artwork: "What is respect"? and "Why is it important"? This year’s first-place winner was Brendan Callis from St. Edward School. He received $1,000 for his school, $1,000 for the charity of his choice (St. Jude Children’s Hospital) and $100 for himself. Second place went to Michael Williams with Two Rivers Middle School, who designated the Susan G. Komen Foundation for his donation, and third place went to Daysia Y. Bryant with Meigs Middle School, who designated Locks of Love for her donation. Law firm lawyer Jenney Keaty recognized the winners at a ceremony at the Davidson County Courthouse.