Prior to joining the firm, Joe served as law clerk to both the Honorable Charles J. Maxfield and the Honorable Daniel E. Ortiz of the Fairfax Circuit Court. Joe prepared bench memoranda on civil issues, including substantive motions related to business litigation and discovery matters. Joe's clerkship provided him with considerable knowledge of motions practice, as well as the policies and procedures of the Court.
Joe received his law degree from William & Mary Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia. During law school, he worked in the corporate legal department of Huntington Ingalls Industries in Newport News, Virginia. Joe also spent a summer in the chambers of Justice S. Bernard Goodwyn of the Supreme Court of Virginia. Joe's significant experience with business law and the process of litigation helps him address clients' needs in a knowledgeable and professional manner.
Joe is active in the Fairfax Bar Association (FBA), serving on the Board of Directors of the FBA Young Lawyers Section, and the Virginia Bar Association (VBA), serving as the Northern Virginia membership co-chair for the VBA's Young Lawyers Division.
Joe lives in Fairfax, Virginia with his wife.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 02/01/18 in Litigation.
Joe was a great communicator and always easy to work with. I am extremely happy with the quality and value of his service and pleased with the outcome that he was able to broker for me. He made a stressful process a bit less terrible and I would whol... Read more
Joe was a great communicator and always easy to work with. I am extremely happy with the quality and value of his service and pleased with the outcome that he was able to broker for me. He made a stressful process a bit less terrible and I would wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking to settle a landlord dispute. Read lessRead less
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