BLBFG Nominated for 2016 Tally Award

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For almost 30 years, we have done our best to provide first-class legal service to our clients because we believe you have too much at stake not to protect your legal rights. Over the years we have grown to know our clients and their families personally and have thoroughly enjoyed helping our clients and the community with our Freedom Scholarship and Stand up for America, our charitable foundation for the benefit of veterans and their families. Now we need your help. We have been nominated as Tallahassee’s favorite law firm. Will you please go to tallyawards.com and vote for us? Just go to the website and vote for Brooks, LeBoeuf, Bennett, Foster & Gwartney as your favorite law firm. Or you can click on the CCYS Tally Awards logo above.

Thank you!


2015 Freedom Scholarship Winner Announced!

We are pleased to announce that Taylar Hall,IMG_1398 a junior at Lincoln High School, has become the fifteenth recipient of our firm’s annual freedom scholarship essay contest.  Each year, our essay contest has grown more popular with students throughout   Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden and Jefferson counties.  In an effort to promote education and awareness of American liberties, we invite high school juniors and seniors to submit essays on “The Bill of Rights: What they mean to me as an American.”  The winning contestant, chosen by a celebrity panel of judges, is awarded $2,500 to assist with their future educational expenses.  To date, we have awarded $37,500 to our Freedom Scholarship winners!

Our esteemed judges this year included Leon County Circuit Court Judges, Angela Dempsey, Frank Sheffield, and Terry Lewis.  After the scores were calculated, the judges selected Taylar Hall as the winner of the 2015 Freedom Scholarship.  Taylar is the daughter of Darryl and Carol Hall.  Taylar is in the Student Government Association and has been elected to serve as Student Body President next year at Lincoln High School.  Taylar also serves as a lieutenant in the Lincoln High School Color Guard, and she sings in the choir and is on the dance team at Life Deliverance Ministries. Taylor, who plans to attend law school after college, will be trying out for the mock trial team next year.  Taylar has not decided which college she would like to attend, but she does plan to stay in Florida to be close to her family.  As stated in her winning essay, Taylar would like to go into politics, eventually running for President of the United States!  After meeting Taylar and her family, we have no doubt that she has a very bright future ahead of her.

Applications for our 2016 Freedom Scholarship essay will be distributed early next year.  If you would like more information about the scholarship, please visit our website, www.TooMuchAtStake.com.


Two Attorneys Selected as One of Nation’s Top 1%

We are so pleased to announce that Matt Foster and John Leace selected to the 2015 list as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. NADC is an organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. Its mission is to objectively recognize the attorneys who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for other lawyers to emulate. Members are thoroughly vetted by a research team, selected by a blue ribbon panel of attorneys with podium status from independently neutral organizations, and approved by a judicial review board as exhibiting virtue in the practice of law. Due to the incredible selectivity of the appointment process, only the top one percent of attorneys in the United States are awarded membership in NADC. This elite class of advocates consists of the finest leaders of the legal profession from across the nation.


Scholarship, Dean LeBoeuf Featured on WTXL Morning Show

On Monday Dean LeBoeuf had the pleasure of being featured on WTXL Sunrise’s Community Chat segment to talk about the 2015 Freedom Scholarship. There are only 11 days left to apply for the scholarship So if you are a high school junior or senior, or know one, we encourage you to apply and tell us what the United States constitution means to you. See Mr. LeBoeuf’s interview below.