Haverford College and College of William & Mary (B.A., 1949); College of William & Mary (J.D., 1951).
Admitted to Bar:
1950, Virginia and Supreme Court of Virginia; 1954, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 1965, U.S. Supreme Court
“What Constitutes Doing Business in the State of Virginia,” William & Mary Review of Virginia Law, 1950.
Director, Heritage Bank & Trust, 1976-1994; President, Alumni Association of Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, 1974-1975.; Member, Board of Trustees, Westminster Canterbury of Virginia 1984-1992; Chairman Westminster Canterbury Foundation 1995; Chairman, Board of Trustees, Marshall-Wythe Law School Foundation 1982-1984; Member, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, and American Bar Associations; Virginia State Bar; Virginia Lawyers Association; American Judicature Society. Commissioner in Chancery for the Circuit Court of the City of Norfolk, 1956-.
Mr. Stackhouse commenced practice in 1951 with a firm engaged primarily in trial work. In 1956 he formed the partnership of Kramer & Stackhouse which was the forerunner of the present firm. He was one of the charter members and founders of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association. He is an AV® Preeminent™ 5 out of 5 peer review rated lawyer on Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Stackhouse has represented the Eastern District of Virginia at the National Association of Bankruptcy Judges for approximately ten years. His primary expertise in the law during the last decade has been in corporate, corporate reorganization, commercial and banking law fields. He has lectured on the Bankruptcy Act of 1976 and in other fields of insolvency law. He is often associated in Chapter XI corporate reorganizations and other insolvency matters. In addition, he has had extensive experience in litigation.