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The NPBA has served the Legal Profession, the Judiciary and the Public since 1900. Membership is open to licensed attorneys, law students, legal administrators, and the local military legal community.

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Upcoming events

    • Monday, October 04, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE. 

    Presenter: 

    • Jim Theuer, James R. Theuer Law, PLLC
    • Deborah Yeng Collins, Yeng Collins Law, PLLC

    Presentation Highlights:

    1. Virginia Wage and Overtime Law 2021
      1. The Virginia Overtime Pay Act
      2. The Virginia Wage Payment Act
    2. Fair Labor Standards Act Applicability to Virginia Wage Claims
      1. Key Differences Between FLSA and Virginia Law
      2. Collective Actions In Virginia For Wage Claims
    3. Fair Labor Standards Act Changes in 2021
      1. Joint Employer
      2. Independent Contractors
      3. Tip Credit/Tip Pools
      4. Minimum Wages for Federal Contractors

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Wednesday, October 06, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenter: 

    Henry W. McLaughlin, Law Office of Henry McLaughlin, P.C.

    Presentation Highlights:

    • The rights of homeowners whose homes have been foreclosed upon, as to defense against eviction and the potential for rescission;
    • Damages based on challenges to the validity of foreclosure;
    • And, pre-foreclosure prevention.

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Thursday, October 07, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Norfolk Yacht & Country Club / 7001 Hampton Blvd / Norfolk, VA 23505
    Register

    Reconnect with your colleagues and make new professional connections at the Norfolk & Portsmouth Bar Association Annual Meeting 2021!

    • Tickets are $50 for NPBA Members and Guests ($40 for YLS Members with promo code)
    • 2 drink tickets and food are included with every registration.
    • Tuesday, October 12, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    Hon. David W. Lannetti, Chief Judge, Norfolk Circuit Court
    Jessica H. Dixon, The Cooper Law Firm, P.C.
    Vania M. O’Keefe, Morris, Crawford & Currin, P.C.
    Joyvan Malbon-Griffin
    , Minnesota Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Divorce venues - Virginia Code Section 20-107.3 (L)
    • Required Separation Agreement provisions - Virginia Code Section 20-79.3
    • Grounds for divorce – Virginia Code Section 20.91
    • Pendente Lite Hearings – Virginia Code Sections 20-103 and 16-.1-278.17:1
    • Life Insurance Benefits and Divorce – Virginia Code Section 20-111.1
    • Void/voidable marriages – Virginia Code Section 20-45.1
    • QDROs – Virginia Code Section 20-107.3

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Wednesday, October 13, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    Griffin M. O'Hanlon, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers
    John Baker, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Motion for Leave to Amend
    • Motion to Transfer to GDC
    • Motions to Compel
    • Motions re: Expert Discovery
    • Motions in Limine
    • Tips for Motions Practice

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    **This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Thursday, October 14, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenter: 

    • Joe Romero, Vandeventer Black, LLP
    • Chris Ambrosio, Vandeventer Black, LLP

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Buying and Selling Contaminated Property
      • Understanding source of liability
      • Mitigating risk
    • Current Issues Associated with Property Development
      • Permitting process
      • Mitigation considerations
    • Risk Assessment Tools
    • Regulatory Tools for Mitigating Risk
    • Contract Approaches to Mitigating Risk
    • Associated Considerations with Property Transactions and Development

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Monday, October 18, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenter: 

    Jonathan V. Gallo, Vandeventer Black LLP
    Alex Mejias, The Law Office of Alex Mejias
    Daniel Salmon, Vandeventer Black LLP

    Presentation Highlights:

    • A brief history of cryptocurrencies and overview of blockchain technology
    • Overview of the regulatory landscape and legal developments
    • The rise of NFTs and practical applications
    • The legal challenges presented by NFTs

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *Application for approval for this course or program is pending with the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board.

    • Tuesday, October 19, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenter: 

    Thomas E. Spahn, McGuireWoods LLP

    Learn more about our presenter: 

    Thomas E. Spahn, practices as a commercial litigator with McGuireWoods in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Tom was selected as the 2013 and the 2020 metro-Washington DC "Lawyer of the Year" for "Bet the Company Litigation" by The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.). In 2018, Virginia Lawyers Weekly selected him for inclusion in the inaugural Virginia Lawyers Hall of Fame. Tom has served on the ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, and is a Member of the American Law Institute and a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He has spoken at over 1,900 CLE programs throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. Through links on his website bio, Tom has made available to the public: his summaries of over 1,600 Virginia and ABA legal ethics opinions, organized by topic; a 300 page summary of his two-volume 1,500 page book on the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine; over 950 weekly email alerts about privilege and work product cases; materials for over 40 ethics programs on numerous topics, totaling about 10,000 pages of analysis. Tom graduated magna cum laude from Yale University and received his J.D. from Yale Law School.

    Presentation Highlights:

    Conflicts of Interest:  A Practical Roadmap

    This interactive program uses hypotheticals to explore basic conflicts of interest rules, including:  the general prohibition on adversity to current clients; the definition of "client" for conflicts purposes (including corporations, associations, estates and others); the definition of "adversity" for conflicts purposes (including business adversity, adverse financial impact, discovery of clients and positional adversity); the complex rules governing joint representations; the more subtle standard governing adversity to former clients; determining the status of an attorney‑client relationship; application of the "substantial relationship" standard; “material limitation” conflicts; lawyers’ ability to withdraw from a representation to cure a conflict (including the "hot potato" rule); consents that can cure conflicts (including the revocability of consents and prospective consents); disqualification motions based on conflicts of interest (including standards, process and effects).

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.
    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit, of which 2 hours will also apply in the area of legal ethics.
    • Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenter: 

    Kellam T. Parks, Parks Zeigler, PLLC

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Defining Electronically Stored Information (ESI)
    • ESI’s treatment under both the Federal and Virginia Rules of Civil Procedure
    • Discovery Issues with ESI, including preservation letters, discovery requests, spoliation, and discovery motions
    • Specific forms of ESI, including the big Social Media platforms
    • Litigation Issues with dealing with ESI, including treatment under the Federal and Virginia Rules of Evidence”

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Thursday, October 21, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda
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    Register

    2021-2022 Luncheons will be hosted in the City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda with a boxed lunch for attendees.

    Due to COVID-19 restrictions for certain federal employees, this event is currently limited to 40 attendees and advance registration is required.

    Speaker: 

    SSA Michael S. Gulland, Chief Division Counsel, FBI Norfolk Division

    Additional Details:

    • Boxed lunches with a variety of sandwiches and salads from Gourmet Gang will be provided for attendees.

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • Registrations must be received by Monday, October 18, 2021.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.
    • Thursday, October 21, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    Hon. Everett A. Martin Jr., Norfolk Circuit Court

    Presentation Highlights:

    • What is and is not a final order?
    • What will and what will not stop the 21 day clock after the final order is entered?
    • Statutory relief.
    • Judicial Relief.

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 hour of credit.

    • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    • Hon. Everett A. Martin, Jr., Norfolk Circuit Court
    • Jennifer L. Eaton, Vandeventer Black, LLP

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Sometimes the only applicable legal authority is old, really old. Learn about recent jurisprudence citing to old English case law and discover ways to find these resources for your future use.

    • The presenters will provide information to answer questions like:
      • What is the English equivalent to Michie’s Jurisprudence and what information does it provide?
      • How can lawyers find English cases and statutory authority online or in libraries?
      • Do courts in the Commonwealth rely on old English law?
      • How can lawyers use English cases to make my arguments more persuasive?

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 hour of credit.

    • Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    • Michael D. Pierce, Vandeventer Black, LLP
    • Peyton Farley, Regent University Law Student

    Presentation Highlights:

    • The Climate: Comparing early 20th century race relations in VA and US with recent rise in racial tensions (i.e. BLM movement, 2020 protests).
    • The Numbers: review statistics for racial diversity among judges, lawyers, and law students in VA and the broader US.
    • The Law: reviewing Title VII, VA Anti-discrimination law, Ethics Rules, and Case Law.
    • The Experiences: Testimonies of the shared experiences among racial minorities in the legal profession.
    • The Lessons: Strategies for how to address and fix the problems and meet legal and ethical duties as members of the bench and bar.

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *Application for approval for this course or program is pending with the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board.

    • Thursday, October 28, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    • Ra Hee Jeon, Pender & Coward, P.C.

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Basic tenets of Asylum Law

    • Eligibility and Benefits of the Asylum status

    • Non-U.S. citizen family law clients: protect your client’s permanent resident status to legally reside and work in the USA after separation/divorce

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Friday, October 29, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    • Michelle Parker, The Decker Law Firm
    • Jeffrey P. Partington, The Decker Law Firm

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Nuts and Bolts – Applicable Statutes
      • Limit Increases; Requests for Liability Limit Info
      • Perfection of Appeal
    • Transfer Motions
      • Considerations Prior to Filing the Motion
      • Steps in Getting the Motion/Order and New Trial Date in Place
    • Proof & Damages
      • When and What to Send Opposing Counsel
      • Bates Stamping Medical Records
      • Witnesses
      • SDT
      • FOIA
      • Ring/Security Cameras and How to Introduce the Evidence
    • Ethical Concerns
      • Risk of Excess Judgment
      • Defendant Right to Counsel in Excess Judgment Situations
      • Appeal Perfection Requirements
    • Strategic Considerations
      • Punitive Damages
      • Limits Considerations
      • Changes to 8.01-417
      • Jurisdictional Choice 8.01-262
    • The Law of Unintended Consequences: Open Discussion & Questions

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 hours of credit.

    • Thursday, November 18, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda
    Register

    2021-2022 Luncheons will be hosted in the City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda with a boxed lunch for attendees.

    Speaker: 
    Jay B. Meyerson, President, Virginia State Bar

    Learn more about our speaker here:

    https://www.vsb.org/site/news/item/myerson_president_2122

    Additional Details:

    • Boxed lunches with a variety of sandwiches and salads from Gourmet Gang will be provided for attendees.

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • Registrations must be received by Monday, November 15, 2021.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    • Thursday, November 18, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse First Floor Training Room / Zoom Webinar
    Register

    Registration is required. Registration will close at 10am on the day of the CLE.

    Presenters: 

    Stephen W. Brewer, Willcox & Savage, P.C.

    Presentation Highlights:

    • Topics to be Covered:
      • General – What are the Risks Today?
      • Specific – What are the Risks to Law Firms?
      • How are Cyber Attacks Launched?
      • What Technology Defenses Are Available?
      • What Other Defenses Are Available?
      • Types of Cyber Liability Exposures and Cyber Losses
      • Doesn’t My Malpractice Insurance Cover Me?
      • Separate Cyber Liability Insurance Policies
      • Legal and Ethical Duties of Lawyers
      • ABA Opinion
      • Virginia Legal Ethics Opinion

    Additional Details:

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • All registrants (both in-person and Zoom) will receive a Zoom link and materials in advance of the CLE by email so that attendees can easily change from in-person to remote attendance if needed.

    • If you register for in-person attendance, but are later unable to attend in person, please contact NPBA staff so that an in-person attendance seat can be opened up.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.

    *This program has been approved by the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 hour of credit.

    • Thursday, January 20, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda

    2021-2022 Luncheons will be hosted in the City of Norfolk Courthouse 8th Floor Rotunda with a boxed lunch for attendees.

    Speaker: 
    Dr. Michael Strunc, Sleep Medicine Specialist and Neurologist, Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters (CHKD)

    Learn more about our speaker here:
    https://www.chkd.org/our-doctors/medical-specialists/sleep-medicine-program/michael-strunc,-md/

    Additional Details:

    • Boxed lunches with a variety of sandwiches and salads from Gourmet Gang will be provided for attendees.

    • Please be prepared to follow any current health and safety mandates in effect in the courthouse at the time of the event.

    • Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, events may be canceled, postponed, or transitioned to virtual programs.

    • Registrations must be received by Monday, January 17, 2022.

    • Please contact bar association staff at 757 622-3152 or contact@norfolkandportsmouthbar.org if you have any questions.