• The Dangers of Love, @Law Magazine, Volume 58, Issue 1, Summer 2009, Corrynn J. Peters, Esquire and Anthony S. Mulford, Esquire
• “Divorce Counterclaims: Not a Horse of a Different Color”: Spring 2010: Virginia State Bar, Family Law News, Kimberly Hughes Phillips, Esquire
• Ms. Peters was named one of Hampton Roads’ Top 40 Under 40 by Inside Business in 2011
• Ms. Peters was recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers of Virginia, 2012
• Ms. Peters was recognized as a Super Lawyer from 2015-2017
• Ms. Phillips was recognized as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers of Virginia, 2013-2015
• Ms. Phillips was recognized as a Top Lawyer in Adoption, Martial and Family Law for Coastal Virginia Magazine, 2017
• Ms. Peters and Ms. Phillips are involved in the region’s business community and are Trustee Members of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce
• Ms. Phillips is a member of the 2017 Class of LEAD Hampton Roads
• Ms. Peters has served as a board member for a Triple-R Ranch, a summer camp ministering to children in Hampton Roads
• Ms. Phillips spoke at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters on a panel discussion- Parental Alienation: Is it a syndrome, or simply poor parenting?
• On November 15, 2016, Ms. Phillips was a guest speaker on the radio show, HearSay with Cathy Lewis. The topic was parental alienation.
• Ms. Peters serves a mentor to young law students at Regent University School of Law
• Ms. Phillips was awarded the Service Excellence Award by the Office of Academic Rigor with Norfolk Public Schools for exemplary performance and dedication to the Mock Trial Program, 2016
• Ms. Peters volunteers as a mentor with the Young Lawyer’s Section of the Norfolk & Portsmouth Bar Association
• On March 7, 2017, Ms. Phillips was honored to participate with the Norfolk Education Foundation as Maury HIgh School’s Principal For a Day.
• Ms. Phillips and Ms. Peters co-wrote and presented a Continuing Legal Education class in October 2011 entitled “GAL Requirements: Problems and Solutions”
• Ms. Phillips and Ms. Peters wrote and presented a Continuing Legal Education class in September and October 2010 entitled “Ex Parte Communications: Applicable Risks & Rules”
• Ms. Phillips and Ms. Peters, with another prominent family law attorney, co-wrote and co-presented a CLE for the Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association on “Military Retirement and Family Law Issues” in October 2013
• Ms. Peters co-wrote and co-presented a CLE in September 2013 entitled “Litigating Abuse and Neglect Cases”
• Hampton Roads Seventh-day Adventist Church v. Stevens, 275 Va. 205, 657 S.E.2d 80 (2008)
• Rubino v. Rubino, 64 Va. App. 256, 767 S.E.2d 260 (Va. Ct. App. 2015) (Jennifer Fuschetti, on brief)
• Nick Raffaele, iDump: How the United States Should Use Disposal Bans to Legislate Our Way Out of the Electronic Waste Crisis, 39 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 483 (2015)