Richmond lawyer to lead American Bar Association group
A Richmond lawyer has been picked to lead a business law section of a large legal association.
Vicki O. Tucker of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP has started a one-year term as chair of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section.
Tucker’s practice focusses on secondary market transactions involving residential mortgage loans and mortgage servicing rights, representing banks, servicers and others on many transactions.
Tucker has been an active member of the Business Law Section for years. She recently completed a term as the section’s chair-elect and has served as its vice chair, secretary and a member of its council. She’s also had other section leadership roles.
The Business Law Section is one of the American Bar Association’s biggest groups. It has almost 50,000 members and about 60 committees covering a range of business practice areas and interests like commercial and consumer finance, corporate and securities laws and commercial litigation.
Founded in Richmond, Hunton Andrews Kurth has offices around the world.