While earning his law degree at the William & Mary Law School, Jeffrey interned with a large mechanical contractor, assisting their general counsel with legal issues such as: contract law, the application of state and federal laws to construction projects, legal issues arising due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also spent four summers interning with a civil litigation firm in Connecticut, focused on commercial and municipal litigation.
As a student, Jefferey penned two technical papers about issues related to autonomous vehicles: The Road Ahead for Autonomous Vehicles: Balancing Innovation and Safety, and, Backseat Driver to Automated Vehicle Development: Addressing Questions of Liability through Technical Standards.
When not assisting clients, Jeffrey participates in community service and hiking. He also enjoys exploring topics such as artificial intelligence, philosophy, and history.
- Successfully defended an automobile property damage case and represented a subrogation case against the plaintiff in Richmond City General District Court and won on liability argument.
- Drafted and successfully argued a Demurrer in Spotsylvania County General District Court where Plaintiff sought damages directly from insurance company rather than insured party.
- Drafted a successful motion in limine to bar inadmissible “expert” opinion evidence on the mechanism of a car accident by the neurosurgeon plaintiff in Spotsylvania County Circuit Court.
- Drafted a successful opposition to a plaintiff’s motion in limine to exclude evidence of his incarceration in King George County Circuit Court.
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