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Chestnut Law Attorney Prince Chestnut in the Run for Alabama House of Representatives.
Attorney Prince Chestnut announces his candidacy for Alabama State House of Representatives to represent the people of District 67, which includes Dallas County and parts of Perry County. Election will take place January 31, 2017.
Chestnut Law Attorney Prince Chestnut Accomplishing Milestones
Chestnut Law congratulates Attorney Prince Chestnut for reaching his more than fifteen-year milestone of practicing law. This year also marks Chestnut Law Offices ten years of doing business in historical Selma Alabama.
Chestnut Law Legal Analyst Alicia R. Chestnut Featured in Sara Blakely's "Belly Art Project"
Read all about this accomplishment benefiting the organization Every Mother Counts, in the Selma Times Journal article below (click button). Also, check out the feature aired on the television news show Entertainment tonight. You can support this cause helping expecting mothers in need globally by purchasing the book, click the button for Belly Art Project.
Chestnut Law Welcomes Associate Attorney Keyarrow A. Moore.
Keyarrow Moore is a native of Selma, Al. She is the daughter of Patricia Moore and Eric Young. She attended Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in Montgomery, AL and is an alumna of Alabama State University. She has received her Master of Law degree, Juris Doctor and RHIA certification. Keyarrow graduated from the Selma Early College High School program class of 2009.
During her time in law school, Keyarrow had the pleasure of clerking for the Honorable Judge Johnny Hardwick. She also served on the board of the Jones Law School Public Interest Society and Faulkner Law Democrats. She is a public interest fellow with public service and community service merits and has worked in both the elder law and the family violence pro bono clinics.
Current News as of December 15, 2016