Law Day Art Contest


For list of the 2020 Statewide Winners and By School Winners click here.


Taylor Herron

1st Place High School Statewide

9th Grade Germantown High School


Caroline Walton

2nd   Place High School Statewide

10th Grade Germantown High School


Neha Adari

3rd  Place High School Statewide

12th Grade Jackson Preparatory School

Sharlee Powell

1st  Place Middle School Statewide

7th Grade Simpson Central School


Rebekah Cady

2nd  Place Middle School Statewide

7th Grade Mooreville Middle School


Sutton Scruggs

3rd  Place Middle School Statewide

8th Grade Mooreville Middle School

Robert Gray

1st  Place Elementary Statewide

2nd Grade Madison Ridgeland Academy


Kamron Burnett

2nd  Place Elementary Statewide

5th Grade West Hancock Elementary


Charlotte Swayze

3rd  Place Elementary Statewide

1st Grade Waveland Elementary School






Ann Lyles Gray

1st  Place Kindergarten Statewide

Pre-K Madison Ridgeland Academy


Mahesh Arjun Adari

2nd  Place Kindergarten Statewide

K Highland Bluff Elementary School





Your Vote • Your Voice • Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100

In 2019-2020, the United States is commemorating the centennial of the transformative constitutional amendment that guaranteed the right of citizens to vote would not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex. American women fought for, and won, the vote through their voice and action. The women’s suffrage movement forever changed America, expanding representative democracy and inspiring other popular movements for constitutional change and reform. Yet, honest reflection on the suffrage movement reveals complexity and tensions over race and class that remain part of the ongoing story of the Nineteenth Amendment and its legacies.

The Law Day 2020 theme urges all of us to explore these legacies while also encouraging citizens to exercise their rights and responsibilities as voters.


2020 Law Day Art Contest Flyer


2020 Contest Rules: 

  • 1st -3rd place awards will be presented to winners at each school. 1st place winners from each school will be judged for statewide awards.
  • The contest will be judged at each grade level (K - 12).
  • Statewide winners will be presented with award certificates and artwork will be displayed in the Capitol April 27 - 30, 2020, and also presented in the summer issue of The Mississippi Lawyer magazine.
  • Artwork must be submitted on an 11" x 14" poster board (1/4 of a standard-sized poster board) and received by Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
  • Artwork must be student's own work; no tracings, no glitter, no coloring pages from internet or anywhere else where outlines are already drawn.
  • Artwork must reflect the theme -Your Vote • Your Voice • Our Democracy: The 19th Amendment at 100
  • All mediums accepted. Creativity is awarded. Color is preferred.
  • Each 11" x 14" poster must have the label from the flyer (which may be enlarged) affixed to the back of the artwork that provides the required judging and contact information. 
  • Organize Entries by grade before submitting.






2019 Winners

2019 Statewide Winners
2019 Winners by School 
2019 Winners by Grade
2019 Statewide Winners Artwork Gallery  

2018 Winners

2018 Statewide Winners
2018 Winners by School 
2018 Winners by Grade
2018 Statewide Winners Artwork Gallery   

2017 Winners

2017 Statewide Winners Art Gallery
2017 Statewide Winners 
2017 Winners by School
2017 Winners by Grade

2016 Winners

2016 Statewide Winners
2016 Winners By Grade
2016 Winners By School