Barze Taylor Noles Lowther LLC Celebrates Women's History Month
During the month of March, @BTNL_Law_Firm is recognizing and celebrating women’s historic achievements by highlighting the remarkable women who have impacted Alabama’s history.
“Women’s history in Alabama is not about women’s history; it is about Alabama’s history. No one should make the mistake of pigeon-holing women’s contributions to our state’s history in a single month. But when that month comes around, we certainly want to sit up and take notice,” explained BTNL founding partner Jim Noles.
To date, Alabama women recognized as part of BTNL’s daily posts have ranged from Cynthia Dwight, who heroically led a board of Royalist refugees on a 149- day journey to safety in Wetumpka in 1781, to Perry County native Coretta Scott King.
Follow BTNL on Twitter @BTNL_Law_Firm for more insight on women in Alabama history.
About Barze Taylor Noles Lowther LLC: Barze Taylor Noles Lowther LLC was born of the 80+ years of experience its founding partners gained collectively at one of the South’s preeminent law firms. Now, working synergistically with one another in our own firm, we focus on the litigation, insurance coverage issues, and environmental challenges and opportunities faced by our clients. These clients range from small towns to international insurance conglomerates, and from family-owned businesses to major industrial manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies.