James M. Boyd
Attorney at Law
Robert Friend Boyd
Practice Areas: Estate Planning; Estate Administration; Business Law; Corporate Law
Admitted: 1952, Virginia and Supreme Court of Virginia; 1971, U.S. Supreme Court
Law School: College of William & Mary, J.D.
College: College of William & Mary, A.B., 1950
Member: Virginia (Chairman, Judiciary Committee, 1974-1979) and American Bar Associations; National Association of College and University Attorneys.
Biography: Order of the Coif. Vice Chairman and Trustee, Virginia Wesleyan College, 1961. President, Board of Trustees, Marshall-Wythe School of Law Foundation, College of William & Mary, 1987-1991. Board of Visitors, Regent University School of Law, 2004; Board, Greater Norfolk Corporation; Trustee, Virginia United Methodist Foundation; Commissioner in Chancery: Circuit Courts, City of Norfolk, 1959; City of Chesapeake, 1966.
Born: Norfolk, Virginia, May 11, 1927
Military Service: Capt., U.S.M.C., 1952-1960
Practice Areas: Business Law; Estate Planning; Estate Administration; Corporate Law; Personal Injury
Admitted: 1987, Virginia and Supreme Court of Virginia; 1988, District of Columbia
Law School: College of William & Mary, J.D.; Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, U.K.
College: Virginia Wesleyan College, B.A., 1984
Member: Virginia Bar Association, American Bar Associations; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (past member); Tidewater Estate Planning Council (past member).
Biography: Commissioner, Virginia Port Authority (2011- 2013); Vice-Chairman, Virginia Port Authority (2011-2012, appointed by Governor Bob McDonnell); Virginia Wesleyan College (President Advisory Council); The College of William and Mary Marshall Wythe School of Law (Board Member of Alumni Association); Mentor Fraternal Oder of Police Association, Adjunct Professor Regent University.
Mercy Ships Foundation Board Chairman and missions participant (2008-present, relief work and evangelism in West Africa); Mercy Chefs Board Member (2011-present) and missions participant for relief work in Haiti; American Red Cross, Tidewater Chapter Board member; Board Member, American Heart Association; Board Member Urban Land Institute; Leadership Hampton Roads graduate; Salvation Army (operated soup truck feeding homeless); Project Light (tutoring adults who cannot read); Persecution Project (relief work in the Sudan); New Fire for Christ (international evangelism); Stonebridge School, Physicians for Peace (medical missions); Christian Children's Fund.
Born: Norfolk, Virginia, September 1, 1959
Military Service: U.S.C.G. U.S Merchant Marine Officer, 1979