BTNL Partner Jim Noles Speaks at Alabama Archives' "Food For Thought" Series
BTNL partner Jim Noles was this month’s featured speaker at the Alabama Department of Archives & History’s “Food for Thought” series on November 19, 2020. Noles, who writes as an independent historian in addition to practicing law, spoke on the topic of “Alabamians in West Point’s Historic Class of 1944.” Noles is a 1990 graduate of West Point. Coincidentally, November 19 marked the 91st anniversary of the first singing of West Point’s alma mater.
A video of Noles’ talk is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s46sIrxTrSg.
About the Alabama Department of Archives and History: The ADAH is the official repository for archival records for the State of Alabama. It is also home to the Museum of Alabama and the host of such public programs as the “Food for Thought” series. For more information, visit www.archives.alabama.gov.
About Barze Taylor Noles Lowther LLC: Barze Taylor Noles Lowther LLC is a Birmingham, Alabama-based law firm with a national practice focused on litigation, insurance coverage issues, and environmental matters. For more information, visit www.btnllaw.com or follow @BTNL_law_firm.