Goodman McGuffey just wrapped up its participation in the 8th Annual Legal Food Frenzy, a two-week food and fund competition done in partnership with the Georgia Attorney General, the Young Lawyer’s Division of the State Bar, and the Georgia Food Bank Association. The firm joined over 200 other law firms and legal organizations to collectively raise $419,321 and 17,617 pounds, which is the equivalent of 1.7 million meals distributed to Georgia’s communities.

Why We Participate

“Every year, we intentionally plan Legal Food Frenzy to begin toward the end of the school year when reliance upon food banks increase. Over 60 percent of Georgia’s children rely upon the free and reduced lunch program during the school year. When school is no longer in session, these children rely heavily upon local agencies which partner with local food banks to distribute food” said Goodman Associate and Chair of the YLD’s Legal Food Frenzy Committee, Morgan E. Lyndall. “I am proud that Goodman McGuffey is dedicated to making an impact on hunger in Georgia.”

Associates Morgan Lyndall and Jamie McDowell attended the Georgia Legal Frenzy reception to kick-off another successful competition within the legal community. If you would like to learn more about Legal Food Frenzy, please visit