At Bone McAllester Norton PLLC, we spend most of our days in pursuit of exceptional legal results for our clients. Therefore, it is impossible to ignore the humanitarian responsibility outside the law that matches our personal goals to better our community. We strive to make our law firm’s culture synonymous with good work for our clients and our community, and we are honored to see these efforts recognized by those around us.
Our lawyers support a wide range of community interests and activities, with most serving on the boards of non-profit organizations. We are proud that all of our attorneys at Bone McAllester Norton use their passions, whether it is in the arts, for a religious affiliation, as a mentor using their legal skills and other talents to promote and execute change for the better.
Each spring, Bonelaw participates in a weekend home “build” with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, led by Sam J. McAllester III, vice president and member, who also serves on the Habitat board of directors. Attorneys and staff members work alongside our like-minded clients each year to provide a quality, affordable home to a deserving family in our community.
During the holidays each year, our firm selects non-profits in our community focused on children and youth, to provide gifts for each member of their families. Each year, our conference rooms are filled with everything from bicycles and jackets to laptops and housewares– to benefit the lives of those in our own neighborhoods.
We find that one of the best ways to extend our services to the community at large is to also foster a connection within our own offices. We often rally behind fundraisers and events that support non-profit organizations as a team. Together, we have walked in the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk, competed on bowling teams for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and ran the St. Jude’s Rock "n" Roll Nashville Marathon and Half Marathon to support Gilda’s Club. We consistently find creative ways to remain united and passionate in our philanthropic pursuits.