September 30, 2013
Raymond White Named Executive Director of Virginia Law Foundation
Raymond M. White, who has been the executive director of Virginia CLE for a year, has also been named executive director of the Virginia Law Foundation.
White practiced entertainment, criminal, matrimonial, and child protective law in New York before joining Virginia CLE. He previously was the chief operating officer of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy when it was affiliated with The Notre Dame University. He also previously worked for the Michie Co. in Charlottesville and in Los Angeles.
The VLF was established in 1974 to serve as the non-profit vehicle for Virginia lawyers seeking to improve the administration of justice and promote the rule of law throughout Virginia. The foundation has awarded about $24 million in grants during its 39-year history. In addition to its work on continuing legal education through Virginia CLE, it supports the Capital Defenders Workshop, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), the Nuremberg Courtroom at the Virginia Holocaust Museum, The Rule of Law Project, and a number of organizations.
Updated: Sep 30, 2013