Ethics Credits Included:
A pre-recorded streaming AUDIO replay of the entire October 2015 live phone seminar, What’s New at the Virginia Supreme Court? An Overview of Recent Civil Decisions 2015.
Judge Daniel Ortiz makes his debut this year as our featured speaker. He promises the same critical look at the Court’s opinions, with an eye on the practical effect those opinions will have on your cases. Judge Ortiz will discuss selected civil cases decided by the Virginia Supreme Court during the period September 2014 to August 2015.
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The Honorable Daniel E. Ortiz, Fairfax County Circuit Court / Fairfax Judge Ortiz completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia and received his law degree from the George Washington University Law School. Judge Ortiz was elected to serve an eight year term as a Circuit Court Judge beginning January 1, 2015. He began his legal career at the Fairfax County Circuit Court clerking for the Honorable M. Langhorne Keith. At the conclusion of his clerkship, Judge Ortiz joined Blankingship & Keith, P.C. where he became a shareholder and principal at the firm. Prior to his service at the Court, Judge Ortiz was an active member in numerous bar related organizations. These include serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the Fairfax Bar Association and the Board of Governors of the Virginia Bar Association. He was selected by his peers to chair both the Young Lawyer’s Section of the Fairfax Bar Association and the Young Lawyer’s Division of the VBA. He previously served as a Substitute Judge in the General District Court and Juvenile Domestic Relations District Court for five years. Recently, Judge Ortiz was selected to serve on the Virginia Access to Justice Commission. He is a member of the faculty of the Harry L. Carrico Professionalism Course. Judge Ortiz is a former board member and President of Legal Services of Northern Virginia.