Delegate Lacey Putney was the subject of a front-page profile in the Roanoke Times on Sunday, Dec. 15. The occasion was the conclusion of his distinguished 53-year career in the Virginia General Assembly, a post he has held longer than anyone.
Judge Jack L. Lintner, a 1969 graduate of Washington and Lee's School of Law, received the 2013 Trial Attorneys of New Jersey Professional Lawyer of the Year Award from the New Jersey Commission on Professionalism in the Law, in October.
The honors and awards just keep coming for Reggie Aggarwal, a 1994 graduate of Washington and Lee's School of Law and the founder and CEO of Cvent, a cloud-based event-management platform headquartered in McLean, Va. Reggie was honored as CEO of the Year by the Washington Business Journal, which selected him from a list of […]
Utah native Spencer Cox, a 2001 alumnus of the Washington and Lee School of Law, has been selected by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to serve as the state's new lieutenant governor.
The mental health therapeutic docket introduced by Judge Jacqueline Talevi '83L provides sentencing alternatives for individuals with serious mental illnesses.
Cvent, a cloud-based, event-management platform raised $117.6 million in initial public offering.
Joelle Phillips '95L is elevated to the top spot after 12 years with the company.
Melissa Pignatelli-O'Brien '99L uses her own experience as springboard to advocate for others.
David Carson, a 1988 graduate of the Washington and Lee School of Law, took the bench in Roanoke this week as a judge on the 23rd District Court.
So here's an intriguing question: "How does a Midwestern jazz pianist turned lawyer then cornbread baker find himself selling the Southern staple at Brooklyn's most competitive flea market?"