Hunter Old Concludes Service on Virginia State Bar Council


Attorney W. Hunter Old has concluded six years of service on the Virginia State Bar Council. The Virginia State Bar has over 50,000 members and is governed by Bar Council, which consists of 81 attorneys who represent specific judicial districts across the state. Hunter served as the council representative for the 9th Judicial Circuit which comprises the City of Williamsburg and the counties of James City, York, Gloucester, Mathews, Charles City, New Kent, Middlesex, King & Queen, and King William. Bar Council members are elected to serve three-year terms and can only serve two consecutive terms.

While Hunter has concluded his term on Bar Council, he continues to serve as a member of the Mandatory and Continuing Legal Education Board. Members of this Board are appointed by the Virginia Supreme Court. He also was recently appointed by the Virginia State Bar to the Judicial Candidate Evaluation Committee, which provides reports to elected officials evaluating potential candidates for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Virginia and the United States District Court in Virginia.

Hunter is the head of Aviation Law Center, Heath, Old & Verser, P.L.C.’s aviation division. He focuses on litigation matters involving aviation, residential and commercial construction, inheritance disputes, and contested real property matters. You can learn more about him here.

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