Legal Feeding Frenzy Concludes
The champions of the 2019 Legal Feeding Frenzy were recognized on Friday, April 26, at the N.C. Bar Center in Cary.
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein, honorary chair and a member of the NCBA, presented the awards. The awards ceremony was made possible by the generous funding of the North Carolina Bar Foundation Endowment.
This year’s Legal Feeding Frenzy generated the equivalent of 315,390 pounds of food when actual food donations and financial contributions are calculated. A total of 91 teams participated.
Legal Feeding Frenzy is a collaborative effort of the North Carolina Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Feeding The Carolinas and the N.C. Attorney General.
Fisher Law, PLLC of Raleigh will receive the Attorney General’s Cup as the overall champion for the third time. The firm also claimed the Solo Practitioner Division (1-10 employees). Shana Fisher accepted the award.
In the Small Firm Division (11-50 employees), Gardner Skelton PLLC of Charlotte is the winner. Erin Ball accepted the award.
In the Medium Firm Division (51-100 employees), Blanco Tackabery of Winston-Salem is the champion. Mike Reed accepted the award.
In the Large Firm Division (101 employees and up), Womble Bond Dickinson is the champion. Jon Mize accepted the award.
The Wake Forest University School of Law captured the Law School Division for the sixth consecutive year. Stephanie Raborn accepted the award.
In the Corporate/In-House Division, the Passport Labs, Inc. Legal Department repeated as champion. Eva Wojtalewski accepted the award.
The Office of the U.S. Bankruptcy Administrator, Middle District of North Carolina prevailed for the third time in the Public Interest/Government Division.
Caleb Holloway and Erin Ball of Gardner Skelton served as co-chairs of this year’s YLD Legal Feeding Frenzy Committee.