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‘Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame’ inaugural class named

vlw-hall-of-fame-logoVirginia Lawyers Weekly is proud to announce the inaugural class of the Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame.

Membership in the Hall of Fame is reserved for Virginia lawyers age 60 and older. Criteria for inclusion in the Hall include:

* career accomplishments

* contributions to the development of the law in Virginia

* contributions to the bar

* contributions to the commonwealth of Virginia

* efforts to improve the quality of justice in Virginia

The inaugural class will be celebrated at a ceremony to be held June 12 at the John Marshall Hotel in downtown Richmond.

The Class of 2018 is:

Coleman Allen Jr., Richmond

Rudy Austin, Roanoke

Edward Barnes, Chesterfield

Joel M. Birken, Fairfax

Irving Blank. Richmond

Irvin V. Cantor, Richmond

Bernard J. DiMuro, Alexandria

Wyatt B. Durrette Jr., Richmond

Robert J. Grey Jr., Richmond

Phoebe P. Hall, Richmond

Robert T. Hall, Fairfax

Grayson P. Hanes, Falls Church

Jack L. Harris, Richmond

Philip Hirshkop, Alexandria

Lynn Jacob, Richmond

John A.C. Keith, Fairfax

James W. Korman, Arlington

Justice Elizabeth B. Lacy, Richmond

Gary LeClair, Richmond

Judge Gerald Bruce Lee, Alexandria

David S. Mercer, Alexandria

James W. Morris, Richmond

Anita O. Poston, Norfolk

Mary M.H. (Molly) Priddy, Richmond

Conrad E. Shumadine, Norfolk

Hunter W. Sims Jr., Norfolk

Judge Diane McQ.Strickland, Roanoke

Thomas E. Spahn, Tysons Corner

Mary Lynn Tate, Abingdon

Colin J.S. Thomas Jr., Staunton

Judge John M. Tran, Fairfax

William T. Wilson, Covington

Robert C. (Robin) Wood III, Lynchburg