N. John Bey was recently honored by his alma mater at the 2022 Onyx & Ruby Gala. Since 2007, the Onyx & Ruby Gala has recognized the “achievements of African American alumni, faculty and staff, and students at the University of Cincinnati.”
The Onyx & Ruby Gala has grown every year since its inception, rapidly becoming one of the largest events driven by alumni of UC. The men and women honored at this elegant event are among the best in their fields, displaying excellence in all facets of their lives.
During this year’s event, N. John Bey was awarded the Linda Bates Parker Legend Award. This award recognizes the professional accomplishments of recipients, as well as their “active development of those around them.” N. John Bey exemplifies everything that this award seeks to honor, including the foundation he has built for supporting upcoming leaders within the legal field on top of his success. He provides both professional development and mentorship to those around him.
This is not the first time N. John Bey has been recognized for his hard work and tireless dedication to the legal field. Super Lawyers Magazine previously recognized him as a 2015 Rising Star as well as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers and Top 40 Under 40. His most recent Linda Bates Parker Legend Award affirms his professional achievements and unparalleled dedication to continually bettering those around him.
As a faculty member of the American Association for Justice National College of Advocacy and the founder of Bey & Associates, N. John Bey is a tireless advocate for victims who have been injured through no fault of their own. He understands the unique challenges injury victims face, including getting the help they need to make the best possible recovery.
Bey & Associates has helped victims of motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, incidents of medical malpractice, and handled countless other types of personal injury cases. The compassionate attorneys at Bey & Associates are ready to help if you’ve been injured because of another person’s negligence.