Bill Hoffmann '67, J.D. '71
Bill Hoffmann '67, J.D. '71 Finds Hope for the Less Fortunate
Brian Golden '92
His father's example of public service inspired him to pursue a career as a soldier, state legislator, and public servant.
Judy Conti '94
Conti's interest in public service led her to law school. Her dedication to public service led her to become a passionate advocate for the nation's workers.
John '72 and Brenda Scanelli
The Scanellis have spent a lifetime preparing for the latest endeavor of their professional and personal lives -- creating a partnership that helps provide school supplies to children in the Caribbean.
Jon Huddleston '82, J.D. '86 practices a profession of caring
Huddleston, a principal with Sevila, Saunders, Huddleston & White, in Leesburg, Va., served as Virginia State Bar President for 2009-2010. The position gave him a platform to emphasize the societal contributions of lawyers.
"Tell It to the Judge" Becomes More than a Slogan
As president of the American Judges Association, Judge Eileen Olds '82 helped launch a new program to fostering a lively dialogue between judges and the general public about how the justice system works and what can be done to improve it.
Citizen Lawyers to the World
Imagine villages in sub-Saharan Africa where people live on less than $1 a day, where school-age children have never attended school, and where children have never seen a photograph of themselves.
When the Bombs Finally Stop, Reconstruction Begins
Nothing is immune from the ravages of war, including a nation's justice system.