ATLANTA—Once again, Womble Carlyle attorney Nikole Crow will step onto the stage to take part in “A Courthouse Line XII: Mock the Vote.”
The play is the 12th production of the Atlanta Bar Association. The musical production is written, directed, produced, and performed by Atlanta-area attorneys and judges to benefit the Atlanta Bar Foundation. In addition to performing in the show, Crow also serves on the Production Committee. Womble Carlyle is a sponsor of “A Courthouse Line XII”.
Showtimes are 8 p.m. nightly on Thursday, November 10, Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12, with an additional Saturday matinee at 2 p.m. The play takes place at SCADshow (the 14th Street Playhouse).
To date, the show has raised more than $300,000 for local charities. Some of the projects that will benefit from “A Courthouse Line” include:
- The Atlanta Bar Association Summer Law Internship Program for outstanding local high school students;
- The Minority and Diversity Clerkship Program, which provides clerkships to law school students;
- The Police Scholarship Fund, which assists the children of Atlanta Police officers who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty;
- The Atlanta Santa Project. In this project, judges and lawyers from the Atlanta Bar Association serve as Santa and elves for non-profit organizations and children’s hospitals during the holiday season;
- The Memorial Fund established to support the families and honor the memories of the victims of the Fulton County Courthouse shootings of March 11, 2005; and
- The Foundation Grant Program. This is an annual grant application program that includes assistance to pro bono legal service providers that serve the Atlanta community.
Nikole Crow's practice is focused on life, health and disability insurance litigation involving individual and group insurance policies, including those governed by ERISA, and self-funded employee welfare benefit plans. She practices in Womble Carlyle’s Atlanta office.