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Stacey Garrett Honored by the YWCA in Legal Challenge

Bone McAllester Norton founding member and chairperson of the board of directors Stacey A. Garrett was honored by the YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee during their annual spring breakfast on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Stacey participated in the organization’s Legal Challenge, where those in the legal community learned more about domestic violence, took a test for CLE credit and donated to the YWCA. The Legal Challenge began in November 2013 and concluded at the end of February 2014. Stacey was one of three award winners yesterday, receiving recognition for giving the greatest financial gift to support the YWCA’s Domestic Violence Services.

Stacey concentrates her practice in the areas of higher education, corporate transactions, healthcare and government affairs.

During their spring breakfast, the YWCA was able to raise more than $200,000.


Bone McAllester Norton, YWCA Nashville

Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Stacey Garrett and District Attorney General Torry Johnson III

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