McGlinchey News Release
McGlinchey Wins Big and Supports Veterans at the New Orleans Bar and Grille Cooking Competition and FundraiserRead Time: 3 mins
McGlinchey congratulates its New Orleans attorneys and business professionals on a historic victory at the New Orleans Bar and Grille, a law firm cooking competition and fundraiser that supports the Veteran Justice Fellowship.
A team of amateur chefs from the firm’s New Orleans office cooked and served custom dishes from a fast-food-themed booth at the Peristyle at New Orleans City Park on Saturday, April 22, 2023. Complete with aprons, headsets, and a plastic cash register, the McGlinchey team served “Lil Mac” beef sliders, “Apple Pie Bono” mini apple pies, and iced McGlinch-Ts to excited friends and supporters of the New Orleans Bar Association.
The team’s commitment to the theme, execution of the concept, and delicious food earned top brass in six categories, including:
- Best Overall – First Place
- Most Team Spirit – First Place
- Crowd Favorite Dish – First Place (Lil Mac)
- Most Creative Dish – First Place (Apple Pie Bono) and Second Place (Lil Mac)
- Best Dessert Dish – First Place (Apple Pie Bono)
- Best Traditional Dish – Second Place (Lil Mac)
“Our team’s enthusiastic participation in the competition shows their commitment to supporting access to legal services for low-income veterans in New Orleans,” said Mag Bickford, Managing Member of the New Orleans office. “I am proud of the creativity and enthusiasm the team showed and their resounding victory.”
Bar and Grille is a law firm cooking competition and fundraiser hosted by the Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of the New Orleans Bar Association. Proceeds from the event support the Veterans Justice Fellowship, which provides civil legal help to address the needs of low-income veterans in the New Orleans area.
The New Orleans Bar Association is a professional association that represents the interests of lawyers and judges in the New Orleans area. The association is committed to promoting justice, education, and ethics in the New Orleans legal community.