Columbus Bar Association recognizes essay contest winners

May 17, 2014 


The Columbus Bar Association, in celebration of Law Day, hosted the annual Law Day lunch event where area middle school and high school students were recognized as essay contest winners. The Columbus Bar Association recognizes and celebrates Law Day every year and students from area schools are involved via the essay contests.

The 2014 Law Day theme is "American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Matters." Over 12 schools participated with 137 total essays submitted. The essay winners are:

In the photo above of the essay winners are: front row, from left: Annabelle Sikes (3rd place winner, Brookstone Middle School); Jaxson Wood (2nd place winner, Arnold Magnet Academy); Nidhi Thiruppathi (1st place winner, Brookstone High School); Rachel Lucas (2nd place winner, Northside High School); James Jones (Honorable Mention by one-half point, Carver High School); Andrew Cho (3rd place winner, Columbus High School); and Sarah McDaniel (1st place winner, Blackmon Road Middle School). Back row, Hon. John J. Ellington, Presiding Judge, Georgia Court of Appeals; Hon. Bemon Gil McBride III, Chief Judge, Superior Court of Georgia; Hon. Stephen Hyles, Magistrate, U.S. District Court; and Hon. Clay D. Land, Judge, U.S. District Court.

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