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Liquor Lawyer Lectures

Will Cheek, Bone McAllester Norton Alcoholic Beverage Team Leader, entertained Vanderbilt law students at the Cork and Tap Society mixer at Bone client Corsair Artisan Distillery and the third year Food System seminar class at Bone client Jackalope Brewing.  Will explained the history of liquor law and current federal and Tennessee legal systems to law school students at both events.  Will and the students enjoyed mixing education with liquor, including tours of the distillery and brewery!

 

 

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Bone McAllester Norton Hosts Vanderbilt Homecoming Tailgate

BMN is excited to host a tailgate on Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 2pm. Bring your gameday spirit and join us before the game for some BBQ and a drink. Look for the Bone McAllester Norton sign marking the tailgate spot located in Vandyville. We are tent #6 on Natchez Trace, next to the track, on the way to the stadium.

For more information contact Casey Savell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Charles Bone Named to Vanderbilt Center for Nashville Studies Advisory Board

Charles Bone is one of four community leaders to join the Advisory Board for the Vanderbilt Center for Nashville Studies. The advisory board members help set the center’s priorities and serve as ambassadors for the center’s mission.

The Vanderbilt Center for Nashville Studies facilitates research on community-identified issues and needs and provides timely recommendations on policy-level solutions and actions. This mission is carried out through research projects, university-community partnerships and conversations and collaborations. The center is particularly focused on four community-identified areas for 2010 through 2012: quality of life, the city's safety net, Nashville as a creative place, and community health.