Quantcast
Home / Tag Archives: Leaders in the Law (page 5)

Tag Archives: Leaders in the Law

Feed Subscription

W. Coleman Allen Jr.

Name W. Coleman Allen Jr. Honor Leadership in personal injury plaintiff’s bar, at state and national levels Business/Employer Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen 1809 Staples Mill Rd. Richmond, VA 23230 (800) 768-2222 E-mail coleman.allen@allenandallen.com Education BA, Yale College JD/MBA, University ...

Read More »

Alexander N. Levay

Name Alexander Nicholas Levay Honor Service in local, state and specialty bar associations and efforts to promote diversity throughout the legal profession Business/Employer Alex Levay, Attorney, PLLC 21 North King Street Leesburg, VA 20176 (703) 777-6800 E-mail alexlevay@yahoo.com Education BA, ...

Read More »

William T. Wilson (access required)

Bill Wilson of Covington has been practicing law since 1963. He has built a very successful plaintiff’s practice. As Frank O. Brown Jr. put it, “as a distinguished, respected and zealous litigator, he has successfully helped thousands of clients in ...

Read More »

William R. Van Buren III (access required)

Few members of the Virginia Bar Association practice criminal law. William R. Van Buren III, the immediate past president of the VBA, said that might be one reason that the efforts of the organization helped win General Assembly approval of ...

Read More »

Diane M. Strickland (access required)

Diane M. Strickland brought two perspectives as one of eight members of the commission that investigated the Virginia Tech massacre, those of a Southwest Virginia resident and of a Virginia judge and lawyer. Strickland, a retired Roanoke circuit judge and ...

Read More »

William R. Rakes (access required)

Virginia is a leader in the education of lawyers. As one of a handful of states with eight or more law schools, and a population of seven and a half million, Virginia probably has more legal educators per capita than ...

Read More »

Stephen A. Northup (access required)

Stephen A. Northup has melded a busy commercial litigation practice and a commitment to pro bono work and civic involvement for much of his legal career. The last two years, he has taken his pro bono and civic involvement to ...

Read More »

Corinne J. Magee (access required)

Corinne J. Magee didn’t hesitate once she perceived the potential impact of the civil remedial fees approved by the General Assembly this year. “I want to be in the midst of things, and I knew it was an issue that ...

Read More »

Robert R. Hatten (access required)

In 2007, the Supreme Court of Virginia upheld a $3.4 million award to the family of a Newport News shipyard worker who died from malignant mesothelioma, a disease caused by exposure to asbestos. The Newport News lawyer who won the ...

Read More »

Robert L. Harris Sr. (access required)

Retired Judge Robert L. Harris Sr. has reached nearly $1 billion in the value of settlements he’s helped bring about through means of alternative dispute resolution. Harris is one of the original members of The McCammon Group, a nearly 60-member ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top