Jean began her career on Wall Street as a corporate and securities attorney handling IPOs and private offerings as well as regulatory compliance matters before moving to the Gulf Coast region and entering the energy sector. She is also well-versed in risk management, acquisitions and divestitures and environmental law matters. Jean’s operational legal support has included exploration and production, refinery and gas plant operations. Jean is an arbitrator on the Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association. She is also a Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM).
Jean is admitted to practice law in Virginia, New York, Louisiana, and the District of Columbia. She received her B.A. from Duke University and her J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law.
•Vandeventer Black's Jean Stallard Appointed to the Foundation Board of Directors of Samaritan House
•Vandeventer Black's Jean Stallard Appointed as Lead Mentor to 757 Accelerate Company
•The Mid-Atlantic Capital Sources Forum in Downtown Norfolk
•Vandeventer Black's Jean Stallard Appointed to the American Arbitration Association's Commercial Panel
•Former Fortune 500 Counsel Joins Vandeventer Black
•Umbrella of Immunity for Arbitrators: Where Virginia is Now and Where It Needs to Be.
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
•Arbitrator on Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association
•Organizer, Mid-Atlantic Capital Sources Forum
•Mentor to 757 Accelerate Cohort Company
•Member, Samaritan House Foundation, Board of Directors
•Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM)
•Certified Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Arbitrator
•Norfolk Collegiate School, Alumna
•Former member and Vice Chairman of the Board of Advisors - Duke Gardens
•Bar Associations: District of Columbia, Louisiana, New York, Norfolk-Portsmouth, Virginia Beach
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