New HGD Moot Courtroom Named and Dedicated in Honor of Steve Heninger

Steve Heninger, Tim Davis and Erik Heninger


A surprise dedication ceremony was held on Tuesday, August 15, to name and dedicate the new HGD Moot Court Room, located in the downtown Birmingham office, in honor of Steve Heninger. Attended by all the HGD partners, associates and staff, Tim Davis called an official business meeting into order to vote on naming the new room The Stephen D. Heninger Moot Court Room. The vote was unanimous in favor of the proposal and a bronze plaque was presented to Steve by partner Lew Garrison.

The new Stephen D. Heninger Moot Court Room, designed by Laura Bartlett of Bates Architects, features 16 foot ceilings, a white oak accent wall and a judge’s bench and witness stand. HGD plans to use the court room to help clients prepare for trial, as well as allowing area students and other firms to use it when mock trial preparation is needed in a realistic court setting.

Lew Garrison presents plaque to Steve Heninger. Tim davis far right.


Steve Heninger speaking after the surprise dedication.


Sean Heninger, Steve Heninger, Jill Ballinger, Erik Heninger and front – Karen Heninger


Mary Phillips, Brandy Robertson, Evan Rosemore, Turner Collins


Drew Haskins, Blair Clinton, Anna Carroll, Caroline Hollingsworth, Odeh Issis and Jeanie Sleadd


Desiree Dodd, Amanda Williamson, and Taylor Bartlett


Mary Phillips and Tzena Gauldin


Jackie Burt, Cheryl Thomas, Tim Lawson, Ken Henry and Bill Bross


Lisa Mann, Madison Mann and Mary Phillips


Pam Rasberry, Kaye Ricco, Shayla Washington, Brittany Booth, Lori Prince, Lisa Hendricks and Lisa Williams


Tim Davis and Tzena Gauldin


Ken Henry, Steve Heninger and Pam Putman

Bill Bross, Lew Garrison, and Dan Goldberg

Jackie Burt, Tim Davis, and Lee Gresham