Prince William County schools will host two summer job fairs for students 16 and older from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Freedom High School, 15201 Neabsco Mills Rd., Woodbridge, and Thursday at Stonewall Jackson High School, 8820 Rixlew Lane, Manassas.
Students must bring a completed application and two references.
For information or an application, visit www.pwcs.edu. Click on “Employment.”
The Prince William County Bar Association recently honored retiring Judge W. Alan Becker and local lawyers during its annual dinner dance.
An oil portrait of Becker, who presided over the Prince William County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court for 27 years, was unveiled at the event. The portrait will hang in the courthouse.
In addition, Lisa Johnson-Firth was given the 2014 Justicia Award by the Virginia Women Attorneys Association, and William C. Boyce Jr. received the Arthur W. Sinclair Professionalism Award.
James Griffen was honored as Trial Attorney of the Year for Prince William Circuit Court. Rebecca Thacher was named Trial Attorney of the Year for Prince William General District Court. The award for Trial Attorney of the Year in Prince William Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court went to Christopher Feldmann. Angela Morehouse was named Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court’s Guardian Ad Litem of the Year. The award for Pro Bono/Community Service went to Patrick V. Foltz.