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Lynch takes office as Richmond Bar president

Daniel E. Lynch became president of the Richmond Bar Association June 1.

Lynch, a principal of the firm of Lynch Seli PC, practices workers’ compensation defense; he also defends motor vehicle liability claims, premises liability and professional liability claims. He is a member of the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys and the Virginia Workers’ Compensation American Inn of Court.

A 1984 graduate of James Madison University, he earned his law degree three years later from the University of Richmond law school.

Other officers elected at the bar’s annual meeting this spring were:

* T. O’Connor Johnson of Hundley & Johnson PC, president-elect;
* Henrico County Circuit Judge Richard S. Wallerstein, honorary vice president;
* John W. Anderson of Spotts Fain PC, vice president;
* R. Braxton Hill IV of Christian & Barton LLP, secretary-treasurer; and
* Terrence L. Graves of Sands Anderson PC, immediate past president.

A. Tevis Marshall of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC, W. Benjamin Pace of Williams Mullen and Carole E. Yeatts of the University of Richmond law school were elected to serve on the board of directors.