Blake has over a decade of experience practicing real estate, administrative and association law. As an attorney with Virginia Realtors® (formerly the Virginia Association of Realtors®), Blake answered thousands of risk management questions from members; drafted association form contracts; annually taught over 40 real estate law sessions to Realtors® statewide; wrote a popular column for VR’s magazine; and filmed legal videos that were sent to all VR members.
Blake was re-elected in 2018 by other real estate attorneys to serve his second three-year term on the 12-member Board of Governors of the Virginia State Bar’s Real Property Section and is Co-Chair of the Ethics Committee.
Active with the Real Property Section for several years, Blake served as an area representative to the Section, where he taught classes on real property disclosures to attorneys around the Commonwealth and contributed articles on real estate law to the Section’s publication The Fee Simple. Blake is also a former member of the American Society of Association Executive’s Legal Section Council. Additionally, he was a guest lecturer on real estate law at Regent University Law School and Virginia Commonwealth University.
Blake graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Virginia Tech and attended the University of Richmond School of Law. His practice areas include real estate, administrative and association law.