The Supreme Court of Virginia has appointed Michael HuYoung of Richmond and W. Revell Lewis III as members at large of the Virginia State Bar Council.
They succeed J. Nicholas Klein III of Keller and Judith L. Rosenblatt of Virginia Beach. Margaret A. Nelson of Lynchburg was appointed to a second term as an at-large member.
Other new members of council are as follows:
• 4th Circuit: David W. Lannetti, to succeed John Y. Richardson Jr.
• 6th Circuit: Peter D. Eliades, to succeed Steven B. Novey
• 19th Circuit, Sean P. Kelly, to succeed Leslie W. Hoffman
• 23rd Circuit, Mark K. Cathey, to succeed Christopher W. Stevens
• 24th Circuit, Theodore J. Craddock, to succeed Aubrey J. Rosser Jr.
• 27th Circuit, Richard L. Chidester, to succeed Michael J. Barbour
• 31st Circuit, Gifford R. Hampshire, who is a member of the council this year as chairman of the
Conference of Local Bar Associations, will succeed John D. Whittington as the circuit’s representative to council
Reelected to council were:
• 2nd Circuit, Kevin E. Martingayle
• 3rd Circuit, George M. Willson
• 5th Circuit, William H. Riddick III
• 13th Circuit, Brian L. Buniva
• 16th Circuit, Ronald R. Tweel
• 17th Circuit, Raymond B. Benzinger, Mark D. Cummings and Gregory T. Hunter
• 19th Circuit, Sharon D. Nelson and Edward L. Weiner
• 20th Circuit, Peter C. Burnett
• 22nd Circuit, Mark B. Holland
• 29th Circuit, C. Eugene Compton
An election will be held later in the 26th Circuit because its representative, George W. Shanks, will be named president-elect at the VSB’s annual meeting next month in Virginia Beach.
The new members of council will take office on July 1 after the annual meeting.