Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys recognizes Christine Poarch as a legal thought leader with Fellow designation.
Salem-based Immigration and Adoption Attorney, Christine Poarch, has been named a Fellow of the prestigious Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys (AAAA or “Quad-A”).
The Academy is an exclusive, worldwide organization, whose membership must have extensive, proven experience in the practice of adoption law. Fellows of AAAA are considered legal thought leaders and are a highly vetted, experienced group. Currently, the majority of Virginian attorneys in the academy are based in and around DC and Christine is the only attorney with a practice in Southwest Virginia.
President of the Academy Eric Stovall said, “We are delighted to welcome Christine into the Academy. Having a resource of her caliber in Southwest Virginia combined now with the support of the Academy will be a great asset to the local community. “
Poarch’s work as an Immigration and Adoption attorney has spanned almost two decades. A frequent speaker at national, state and local conferences, Christine is a recognized leader in the field of immigration and adoption law. Christine serves on the Board of Governors of the Federal Bar Association, is rated AV Preeminent (highest peer rating) by Martindale-Hubbell and is also a Virginia Law Foundation Fellow.
“The work we’ve done in international and domestic adoption is some of our most challenging and rewarding. It’s both an honor and an opportunity to be named an Adoption Fellow.” Christine Poarch said.
Poarch’s induction into AAAA follows a highly selective process, including extensive demonstrated expertise, audited professional experience, a referral for admission by several current AAAA members, and a rigorous review of ethical practices.
The Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys (AAAA) is a credentialed organization dedicated to the competent and ethical practice of adoption and assisted reproduction law. It advocates for laws and policies to protect the best interests of children, the legal status of families formed through adoption and assisted reproduction, and the rights of all interested parties.
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