Burr & Forman’s James Haltom Receives Nashville Bar Association's President's Award

    December 13, 2012

    Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that Nashville associate James Haltom has received the Nashville Bar Association’s 2012 President’s Award.

    Haltom was recognized at the organization’s Annual Meeting on December 6 for his efforts in launching the Nashville Bar Association’s Veteran’s Committee, which provides opportunities for members to serve veterans in the local community, as well as to honor and learn from attorneys in the Nashville-area who have served our country.

    “James’ own experience as an Army Captain in Iraq gives him excellent perspective as we serve less fortunate veterans in our community,” said Thomas K. Potter, III, managing partner of Burr & Forman’s Nashville office. “We are proud of his efforts and that the Nashville Bar Association recognizes his outstanding leadership in this endeavor.”

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