Virginia Poverty Law Center: 40 Faces, 40 Years
Governor Ralph S. Northam, Honorary Chair
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The Virginia Poverty Law Center celebrates 40 years of serving low-income Virginians and the quest to ensure equal access to justice with a special event at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA November 15, 2018. Virginia Poverty Law Center: 40 Faces, 40 Years is a photography exhibit featuring forty Virginians who qualify for legal aid services.
Virginia Poverty Law Center: 40 Faces, 40 Years aims to enhance awareness of underrepresented and underserved groups by visually illustrating our commonality. Glen McClure is the photographer and his work has been featured at many prestigious museums and is in many private collections. Listen to a radio interview about the project, hearing from a client, VPLC executive director, Jay Speer, and the curator of the show.
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The Honorable Ralph S. Northam, Governor of Virginia
The Honorable Anne Holton & The Honorable Tim Kaine, United States Senator
The Honorable Mark Warner, United States Senator
The Honorable Mark Herring, Attorney General of Virginia
The Honorable S. Bernard Goodwyn, Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia
The Honorable Stephen R. McCullough, Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia
The Honorable William C. Mims, Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia
The Honorable Cleo E. Powell, Justice, Supreme Court of Virginia
Toni R. Ardabell, Chief Executive Officer, Bon Secours Virginia Health System
Leonard Bennett, Principal, Consumer Litigation Associates
Mark Braley, Executive Director, Legal Services Corporation of Virginia
Tara L. Casey, Director, Harry L. Carrico Center for Pro Bono & Public Service, University of Richmond School of Law
Doris Henderson Causey, Past President, Virginia State Bar; Managing Attorney, Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
Lakshmi Challa, Managing Attorney, Challa Law Group; Senior Counsel, LeClairRyan
Tracy A. Giles, American Bar Association State Delegate; Giles & Lambert, PC
Jack Harris, Senior Policy Advisor, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Leonard C. Heath, Jr., President, Virginia State Bar
Kristi Cahoon Kelly, Kelly & Crandall
Donald E. King, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP
Stacy E. Lee, President, Old Dominion Bar Association; Staff Counsel, Allstate
Kimberly C. MacLeod, Chair, Firmwide Pro Bono Committee, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Christopher M. Malone, President & Director, Thompson & McMullen
Monica T. Monday, Managing Partner, Gentry Locke Attorneys
Andrew Nea, Jr., Of Counsel, Williams Mullen
Stephen A. Northup, Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP
Lonnie D. Nunley, III, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
Alex Nyerges, Director & CEO, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Wendy Perdue, President, Association of American Law Schools; Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
Dale Pittman, The Law Firm of Dale Pittman
Bryan Slaughter, President, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; Partner, MichieHamlett
Joanna L. Suyes, President, Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association; Marks & Harrison
Lori D. Thompson, General Counsel, LeClairRyan
Lucia Anna “Pia” Trigiani, Past President, Virginia Bar Association; Immediate Past President, Virginia Law Foundation; MercerTrigiani
Thomas M. Wolf, Partner, LeClairRyan
40 Faces, 40 Years - The Exhibit
View the photography exhibit, which aims to enhance awareness of underrepresented and underserved groups by visually illustrating our commonality. Renown photographer Glen McClure captures the spirit of 40 legal aid clients who live in various parts of Virginia. It is our goal that each person's story helps others better understand the plight of low-income Virginians.
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This year, VPLC celebrates 40 years of advocacy on behalf of low-income Virginians. Virginia Poverty Law Center: 40 Faces, 40 years photography exhibit will have it premier November 15th at our Gala celebration event. The Event is SOLD OUT, but see the exhibit and feel free to support us as we head to another forty years.