Law Firm Holds RESPECT Contest for Students

The Nashville law firm of Kinnard Clayton & Beveridge recently announced the results of its annual RESPECT Contest, which asks area fifth-graders to answer two questions through original artwork: "What is respect"? and "Why is it important"? Law firm partner Randy Kinnard recognized contest winners at ceremonies at the Historic Williamson County Courthouse and Montgomery County Courthouse last week. Winners received a U.S. Savings Bond and were able to designate funding for their favorite charity. Read more about the contest and see the winning art entries

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