A native of Atlanta, Virginia lived in several towns in south Georgia in her early years before returning to Atlanta for high school. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at the University of Georgia, and a Juris Doctorate from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.
After law school she moved to Valdosta, where she worked with an insurance defense law firm before joining HBS. Virginia is married to Christopher D. Hall, an attorney in Valdosta, and they have three children.
Virginia is admitted in all State Courts and in the U.S. District Courts for Middle and Southern Georgia.
Virginia specializes in general liability matters including transportation and premises liability, and has an extensive practice in real estate, collections and bankruptcy matters.
•“Chain of Command in a Hospital Setting,” Seminar in the South, November 2007.
•“Jury Verdicts and Settlements in Premises Liability and Common Carrier/Trucking Cases,” Seminar in the South, March 2007.
•“Credentialing: Liability Issues Old and New,” Seminar in the South, September 2006.
•“Informed Consent: Unusual Issues,” Seminar in the South, September 2006.
•Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Carriers, 2018
•Discovery Overview, 2013
•Workers’ Compensation Update for 2009
•Work Related Injuries in Workers’ Compensation, 2009
•Medicare Set Aside, 2007
•“Chain of Command in a Hospital Setting,” Seminar in the South, November 2007
•“Jury Verdicts and Settlements in Premises Liability and Common Carrier/Trucking Cases,” Seminar in the South, March 2007
•“Credentialing: Liability Issues Old and New,” Seminar in the South, September 2006
•“Informed Consent: Unusual Issues,” Seminar in the South, September 2006
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