Hayden Lee is a dedicated attorney at our firm who has years of experience and continues to demonstrate a promising future practicing law. He was recently asked to give a presentation at the Virginia State Bar First Day in Practice Seminar and will be speaking to recently admitted attorneys on the topic of discovery disputes. The First Day in Practice Seminar is a CLE program that provides valuable, comprehensive information to lawyers who are starting off their careers. The event is jointly sponsored with the Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference and will take place on December 3, 2013 at the Richmond Convention Center.
This opportunity was presented to Attorney Lee based on his involvement with the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA) Young Trial Lawyers Executive Committee. Attorney Lee joined the VTLA Young Trial Lawyers Executive Committee earlier this year and has continued to showcase his skill throughout his involvement. He is also active in a number of other organizations throughout the area and provides his service in various pro bono endeavors.
The VTLA was originally established in 1959 and their mission is to increase the skill of trial lawyers and to enhance the legal system in Virginia. There are an estimated 2,200 members throughout the Commonwealth, including attorneys from a variety of practice areas. The Young Trial Lawyers is a section of the VTLA and is for members who are under the age of 36.
Registration for First Day in Practice Seminar can be found here: http://www.vsb.org/site/sections/generalpractice/first-day-in-practice-seminar
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