This past June, the Nashville School of Law hosted its 22nd annual Recognition Dinner, which was held at the Renaissance Hotel in Nashville. Our firm’s founder Karla Miller is an alum, and was in attendance that night to celebrate the work and achievements of her fellow classmates and peers. From what Karla told us, close to 700 people were in attendance – and enormous turn-out!
This year’s event honored three alumni from the Nashville School of Law, as one prolific member of the legal community: Martha Cone Beck (1989), Robert H. (“Bobby”) Goodall, Sr. (1968), Juvenile Court Magistrate Carlton M. Lewis (1985) and Charles H. Warfield. Mr. Warfield’s Community Service Award would “acknowledge his more than 50 years of contributions to the bench and bar and to Nashville’s broader community.”
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The Nashville School of Law is seeing a well-deserved increase in enrollment this year. There has also been a new push for pro bono efforts, as administrators, teachers and students alike are working harder every day to help their communities. NSL offers a number of outreach programs, pairing with groups like Habitat for Community, to ensure that their students get the right kind of hands-on experience they need to succeed.
The Recognition Dinner was a smashing success, and it offered new graduates a chance to make personal and professional connections with alumni from all over the country. Karla tells us she had a terrific time with old friends and new, and was truly happy that she could count herself among the graduates of the Nashville School of Law.
From all of us at the law office of Miller Upshaw Family Law, PLLC in Nashville, we offer our sincere congratulations to this year’s recognition recipients!