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During the month of September, the Adams and Reese Baton Rouge Office raised $1,433 to put towards wish list items for the St. Jude Baton Rouge Affiliate Clinic in honor of Reagan Angers, daughter of Jeff Angers, a friend of the firm. Wish list items included a DVD player and movies, Xbox 360 and games, laminating machine and toys and crafts.
Adams and Reese Partner Jack Pringle, in the firm’s Columbia office, has begun a rowing voyage, “Rowing for Tyler’s Hope,” to row 357 miles from Columbia to Gainesville, Florida, to raise awareness and raise money to find a cure for Dystonia.
The Adams and Reese Nashville office participated in a “Find Your Cause” event on Thursday, October 16, as the Fifth Third Bank’s Young Professionals’ Network put on an event to showcase local nonprofit organizations and promote community involvement through board membership and volunteer opportunities.

Recent Media Mentions

Adams and Reese Partner Justin Schmidt was interviewed in a New Orleans CityBusiness article, “CZO Uncertainty Clouds Upbeat Commercial Realty Forecast,” published on the business publication’s web site on October 15. The article discusses the presentation given by real estate analyst Wade Ragas when speaking to hundreds of commercial realty professionals at the fourth annual New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors Fall Forecast held October 14.
Adams and Reese Partners Laurie Young and Jaimmé Collins volunteered at and helped transform the second annual Children’s Bureau “Children’s Hero Awards” into a superhero-style setting, taking place on October 3 in Young’s New Orleans Lakefront home. The event was covered by The Times-Picayune in the article, “Children’s Bureau of New Orleans Celebrates the Heroes in our Midst.”
Adams and Reese Partner Gif Thornton, who serves as a board member of the 2015 Andrew Jackson Foundation Board of Trustees, is helping the Board rebrand the Ladies’ Hermitage Association into its new name, Andrew Jackson Foundation. The name change, which takes place after a 125-year history, was featured in a story by The Tennessean, “Big Names Help Hermitage Renew Focus on Andrew Jackson.

Recent Announcements

The Adams and Reese marketing department was awarded first place by the Legal Marketing Association Southeastern Chapter (LMASE) in the “Your Honor” Awards community relations category for the firm’s video submission for the Drew Brees Super Service Challenge to help Boys Hope Girls Hope of Greater New Orleans win a $10,000 grant from New Orleans Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees’ The Brees Dream Foundation and Companies With A Mission.

The law firm of Adams and Reese is pleased to announce that litigator Clarence A. Wilbon has joined as a Partner in the Memphis office.

The law firm of Adams and Reese is proud to launch the first edition of the Adams and Reese “Women Out in Front” newsletter, highlighting the law firm’s women attorneys’ achievements, awards, recognitions, and professional and community involvement.