"PILSA" Pit Stop enables TriathlonTrialLawyer to race in Public Interest Law fund raiser
Doug Landau enjoys “multi-tasking” and killing as many birds with one stone as possible. On his last “road trip,” the Herndon/Reston area injury lawyer got up at the crack of dawn in order to drive to Blacksburg and visit his kids at Virginia Tech. On his way to visit with past and present clients at Virginia Tech, Doug Landau and his family stopped in Lexington and made a “pit stop.” Getting up at 5 AM (!) enabled the Landaus to take part in the Washington & Lee Law School’s annual “Run From The Law” 10k fundraiser. This small cross country running race through the campuses of Washington & Lee and VMI raises money for PILSA. PILSA is the “Public Interest Law Student Association.” Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau managed to finish 3rd overall and Mrs. Landau also ran well on a course that went down to the river and then was mostly uphill the last 2 miles ! After the race, the Landaus piled back into the minivan and drove to see the Hokies in Blacksburg, Virginia !