VaQuiTamLaw.com author Zach Kitts is appointed to the the Virginia State Bar’s Professionalism Committee
I am honored to announce my appointment to a three year term on the Virginia State Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism.
This is different than my previous appointment to the faculty of the Mandatory Professionalism Course required of every Virginia lawyer. The Standing Committee on Professionalism does, in part, administer the professionalism course, among other duties.
According to the Virginia State Bar’s website:
The Standing Committee on Professionalism is charged with responsibility for the administration and oversight of the mandatory course on professionalism, which is required of all newly admitted active members of the Virginia State Bar. The purpose of the course is to encourage attorneys to uphold and elevate the standards of honor, integrity, and courtesy in the legal profession. The committee designs and updates the curriculum of the course and selects and trains the faculty of more than eighty distinguished Virginia lawyers and judges.
It is an honor and I look forward to it!