April 3 – April 17, 2017

The Attorney General of Virginia, the Young Lawyers Division of The Virginia Bar Association, and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks invite you to participate in the 2017 Legal Food Frenzy!

To date, the Legal Food Frenzy has raised the equivalent of over 14.2 million pounds of food. Help us raise even more by registering your firm, legal department, law school, court, or individual practice today! All winners will be invited to a special award ceremony with the Attorney General of Virginia.  Visit the Legal Food Frenzy site for more information.

Join the Legal Food Frenzy

From April 3rd through April 14th, your firm can make a big difference while having fun! By collecting food and funds during this two week frenzy, your support will help provide meals for thousands of children, seniors and hard working families impacted by hardship and hunger across the Greater Peninsula.
 

1) Register your Team/Firm (register by February 28 and earn 100 bonus points)

2) Collect Food & Funds

3) Earn extra points by volunteering as a group

4) Encourage your team, friends, family, to give!

Win the Attorney General’s Cup

Legal Food Frenzy

William and Mary took home the Attorney General’s Cup in the Law School Category last year.

The law firm, college or organization that raises the most food (based on a per person average) will be awarded the prestigious “Attorney General’s Cup.” Attorney General Mark Herring will also present 11 additional awards in categories for sole practitioner, small, medium, and large size firm and top law school, top government/public interest office, and top corporate legal department.

All winners will be invited to a special award ceremony with the Attorney General of Virginia!

The Legal Food Frenzy is a Win Win for our community and the Virginia Food Banks.

Participants

Brain Injury Law Center/Smith Law Center

Christopher Newport University Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity

Gillette Law Group

Hampton’s Public Defenders Office

Jeffery Rountree, Attorney

Jones, Blechman, Woltz and Kelly

Kaufman & Canoles

LeClairRyan

Mulkey, Forbes, Reid, & Barton

Newport News Public Defender’s Office

Patten, Wornom, Hatten, & Diamonstein

Thomas Nelson Community College Paralegal program

William & Mary Law School