Theodora Stringham Elected as Chair of 2022 Color of Justice Program

Headshot of Theodora Stringham, Principal at Offit Kurman.Offit Kurman Principal Theodora Stringham was elected to serve as Chair of the 2022 Color of Justice Program (“the Program”) for the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys (NVWAA) Association. The Program is a longstanding tradition in the Northern Virginia legal community, encouraging minority high school students to pursue careers in the law as attorneys and judges. This year’s Program will be held on March 26, 2022, at the Fairfax County Courthouse (COVID-19 permitting). In her role as Chair, Ms. Stringham will facilitate student, attorney, and judge participation in the all-day event. To learn more about NVWAA or the Program, contact Ms. Stringham at




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