In May, at the Virginia CLE Annual Real Estate Seminar held in Fairfax, Bill Casterline and Jeremy Root presented a one-and-a-half hour topic on how real estate is the subject of various collection actions used by creditors including foreclosures, receiverships, and judicial sales to collect judgment liens.
Blankingship & Keith Strengthens Family Law Practice with Addition of Richard Colten and Thomas Cusick
Blankingship & Keith is pleased to announce that Melissa Little has been selected as the co-recipient of The Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference R. Edwin Burnette, Jr. Young Lawyer of the Year Award for 2017.
This award honors an outstanding young Virginia lawyer who has demonstrated dedicated service to the Young Lawyers Conference, the legal profession, and the community.
Blankingship & Keith, P.C. has welcomed Wesley D. Allen to its Education Law and Litigation practice as an associate. His practice focuses on civil litigation with an emphasis on education matters.
“Both James and Juli are highly respected lawyers with impressive track records,” said William B. Porter, managing principal of the firm. “Their collective experience makes them significant assets for the firm and our clients.”
Blankingship & Keith, PC is pleased to announce that the firm recently received a Certificate of Excellence from Legal Services of Northern Virginia (LSNV) for participation in the Fairfax Attorney of the Day Program.
Once again, more than a dozen attorneys from Blankingship & Keith, PC were selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America® 2017. This marks the 30th year that A. Hugo Blankingship, Jr., of counsel to Blankingship & Keith, was recognized by Best Lawyers in America. John A. C. Keith, Peter S. Everett, and Robert J. Stoney, all principals with the firm, have each been named to the list for 15 or more years.