Ron Page“As an attorney, protection of the vulnerable and innocent is a core principle in my professional life,” said Ron Page, SCAN’s incoming Board of Young Professionals Chair. “No one is more vulnerable and innocent than children. I am proud to contribute in my small way to the larger work of SCAN.”

Ron has been a BYP member for more than three years. During his time serving on the BYP, he has shown a willingness to help SCAN in any way he can. We are fortunate to have Ron as an advocate for the children and families served by SCAN.

“The success of this year’s Mardi Gras party and Race to Protect Children 5K have only inspired me to further grow and expand these events,” he said.  “I can guarantee that the Board of Young Professionals will not be resting on its laurels. Instead, we will strive to spread the message of SCAN at the same time as raising funds to contribute to its bottom line.”

Outside of SCAN, Ron’s professional foresight, expertise and creativity have helped him stand out. Ron started his own law practice in Richmond and now serves nearly 100 clients out of three offices in the area. He has become one of the few lawyers in Richmond who practices in the boutique area of business bankruptcy and creditors rights and he often helps businesses who can’t afford the big firms.

 In addition, Ron is President of the Historic Richmond Foundation Quoit Club. With the Virginia State Bar, Ron works to provide free or low-cost continuing education programs for lawyers, specifically young lawyers. In addition, he works to provide courses on emergency legal services so that lawyers are able to serve pro bono clients during natural disasters.


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