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2006 Class of Fellows – By Peter Burnett

April 2006

There is no shortage of bad press when it comes to lawyers. Unfortunately a few bad apples do a pretty good job rotting the entire barrel. It is even more unfortunate that the public is usually unaware of the good deeds undertaken by many fine lawyers, many of whom are friends or neighbors. Such is the case with two outstanding attorneys here in Loudoun County: Elizabeth Whiting and Alex Levay.

The Virginia Law Foundation recently announced the induction of Alex and Liz in their 2006 Class of Fellows at a ceremony on January 19, 2006, in Williamsburg. This honor is bestowed upon less than one percent of the attorneys in Virginia in recognition of commitment to the highest standards of law practice and outstanding contributions to their communities. There were only 18 inductees this year and it is a wonderful credit to the Loudoun County Bar Association that two of its members were chosen. Both Alex and Liz have practiced in Loudoun County for many years and are well recognized within legal circles for their talent as lawyers and their commitment to our community. They are deserving of recognition from the general public they steadfastly have served with great distinction.