Phillips Prep sixth grader, Parker Inman was awarded second place by the Mobile Bar Association for his essay, “American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Matters,” during the Annual Law Day luncheon held at The Battle House Hotel on May 16, 2014.
Parker was accompanied by his mother, Brooke Inman, and his grandfather, Randy Christain. His social studies teacher, Ms. Danielle Taylor, encouraged Parker to take part in the essay contest. Parker was excited to meet former Alabama Supreme Court Justice, Champ Lyons, as well as former Mobile County School Board member Ken Megginson.
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