Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce the firm won the title of “Huntsville’s Brightest Company” in the 2014 Huntsville’s Brightest Company Charitable Trivia Competition, sponsored by Impact Alabama. Attorneys David E. Mixon, Timothy Peter Cummins, Scott Burnett Smith, David W. Holt, and Benjamin L. McArthur proudly accepted $10,000 for the Huntsville office’s chosen charity, the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program (MCVLP).
“We had a terrific time flexing our trivia muscles, but it was most rewarding to give back to such a worthy organization as the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program,” said partner Ben McArthur, who serves on the MCVLP Board. Associate David Holt also serves the MCVLP as Chair of the Young Lawyers Advisory Board. The MCVLP program promotes equal access to justice through pro bono legal services to low income citizens in Madison County. “Some of the most prolific legal victories in favor of VLP clients have been cases handled by Bradley Arant Boult Cummings lawyers,” said Angela Rawls, MCVLP Director. “They are never reluctant to see a case through, even if it means taking it to trial.”
“The Bradley Arant Boult Cummings trivia team has been a force to be reckoned with, finishing in the top five for the past two years.” Angela adds, “We are so thankful for their big brains and even bigger hearts!”
Hosted by the statewide nonprofit Impact Alabama, the challenge attracted 25 Huntsville businesses who answered trivia questions on topics ranging from science, geography, and history, to current events, sports, and the arts. Impact Alabama collaborates with higher education institutions to develop and implement learning projects that incite young citizens to actively engage in the needs of their community, enhancing their sense civic and social responsibility.