Bill Hoffmann '67, J.D. '71 Finds Hope for the Less Fortunate
His father's example of public service inspired him to pursue a career as a soldier, state legislator, and public servant.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nothing is immune from the ravages of war, including a nation's justice system.