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About Will Sleeth

Will Sleeth, Esq.
Virginia Community Association Law Blog Editor

Mr. Sleeth is an experienced community association attorney, practicing out of the firm’s Williamsburg office. Mr. Sleeth represents a wide variety of community associations, ranging in size from small neighborhood associations to large-scale associations with tens of thousands of members and golf and resort facilities. He also represents local and large-scale national developers in the creation and establishment of community associations and planned communities of all shapes and sizes. In addition to serving as the editor of the Virginia Community Association Law Blog, Mr. Sleeth has written and published extensively in the fields of real estate and community association law, and his articles have been featured in some of the leading trade industry journals and legal publications. A graduate of the William & Mary School of Law, Mr. Sleeth was one of three students in his graduating class selected to serve on both the Law Review and the National Moot Court Team.

Office: Williamsburg


  • J.D., William and Mary School of Law, 2008, Law Review
  • B.A., Political Science, magna cum laude, Wheaton College, 2005

For more information about Mr. Sleeth, please visit his biography.

About Lori Schweller

Lori Schweller, Esq.

Lori Schweller represents developers of condominiums and residential and mixed use developments in Central and Southwest Virginia. As such, she has drafted governing documents for numerous associations and helped declarants and associations to operate within their terms and according to the laws of the Condominium Act and Property Owners Association Act. Lori is legal counsel to a major golf course owner and operator and, as such, enjoys opportunities to address issues that arise in purchasing amenities within developing and established communities.

Office: Charlottesville


  • J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1998
  • M.A., English, University of Virginia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1992
  • B.A., English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989

For more information about Ms. Schweller, please visit her biography.