The Attorney General of Virginia, the Young Lawyers Division of The Virginia Bar Association, and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks invite you to participate in the fun-friendly Statewide 2015 Legal Food Frenzy to help fill the shelves with nutritious food at the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank for our neighbors in need who silently struggle with hunger.
In this friendly competition, the law firm or organization that raises the most food (based on a per person average—attorneys and staff) will be awarded the prestigious and highly coveted “Attorney General’s Cup.” In addition, the Attorney presents 11 additional awards in categories for sole practitioner, small, medium, and large size firm, and top law school, top government/public interest office, and top corporate legal department.
Over the past eight years, law firms, legal organizations, and law schools who participated in the Legal Food Frenzy have raised the equivalent of more than 11.4 million pounds of food. This year, our hope is to raise even more food and funds, so that we can meet the increased demand seen at our seven Virginia Foodbanks. To learn more about getting involved and to register your firm, please visit www.legalfoodfrenzy.com or www.hrfoodbank.org .
Gillette Law Group and LeClairRyan are taking action against hunger and want other firms in the Williamsburg community to join them in this statewide event to help provide the gift of a meal.
Last year, William and Mary Law School won the Attorney Generals Cup in the law school category. All winners are invited to a reception at the Governor’s mansion with Virginia’s Attorney General, Mark Herring.
For more information on the 9th Annual Legal Food Frenzy, you can call Donna Tighe, Food and Fund Drive Manager, Virginia Peninsula Foodbank.
A judicial vacancy will be created in the York County/City of Poquoson Circuit Court, when the current sitting judge, Hon. Richard Y. AtLee, Jr., retires from the position. The WBA has announced a meeting on February 20, 2015 to consider candidate endorsement(s).
If you are interested in applying for the position and wish to seek endorsement of the WBA, the WBA Executive Committee has developed written procedures for making the endorsement of a candidate. The procedures may be read by clicking here: Endorsement Procedures. Please note that only those persons who qualify as active members (including those being current in the payment of dues) at least 10 days before the special meeting will be eligible to vote at the meeting. You may contact our Treasurer, Will Sleeth, (757) 941-2821, to confirm your status as an active member.
Those persons desiring to be candidates for the endorsements should submit a resume to our President, Gordon C. Klugh, no later than February 18th 2015 at 3:00 p.m. The address to use for submission is Gordon C. Klugh, 487 McLaws Circle, Suite 1A, Williamsburg, VA 23185, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note the required elements for the resume listed in paragraph two (2) of the attached procedures. The certification required in paragraph two (2) may be on a separate page from the resume.
Please be advised that a Special Meeting of the Williamsburg Bar Association will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, February 20th, 2015 in the Jury Assembly Room, 3rd floor of the Williamsburg/James City County Courthouse. The purpose of the meeting is to vote on the endorsement by the Williamsburg Bar Association of candidates for the judicial vacancy that will be created in the York County/City of Poquoson Circuit Court, as the current sitting judge, Richard Y. AtLee, Jr., will be retiring from the position. If you cannot attend the meeting, please consider granting your proxies to another active member to vote on your behalf at the meeting. A proxy form may be found by clicking PROXY.