Practice Areas



Civil litigation and personal injury defense.



  • William & Mary Law School, J.D.
  • Boston College, B.S. Business Management; B.A. Philosophy


  • Virginia

Jeffrey is an Associate Attorney in the Litigation Practice Group.

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.

Recent Outcomes:

  • 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.

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Virginia State Bar