Woodbridge, Virginia Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
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During law school, Ed worked for two large DC law firms, Jenner & Block and Akin, Gump. When his federal appellate clerkship ended, Ed continued to focus on criminal appeals and state and federal post-conviction habeas appeals at public service law offices in Tempe, Arizona and New York City....
I am honored to work for two of the very best lawyers in Virginia, and am passionate about my job. I happily spend hours in the office with my hard-working colleagues, fighting for our clients. Outside the office, I'm dedicated to...
Beginning with Whitestone|Young PC as a clerk in 2014, Zach became an Associate Attorney at the firm shortly after obtaining his law license. Now a member of the Virginia Bar, Zach focuses primarily on criminal...
When litigation becomes necessary, I represent my clients with commitment and passion. I have prosecuted claims for individuals and businesses in state and federal courts, and in arbitration. I have also defended various challenges to corporate and individual conduct.
I also work with new and established businesses on their...
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