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Womble Carlyle’s Charlottesville office serves as a centrally located base to clients throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Charlottesville team focuses on general business counseling and litigation, representing clients in federal and state courts throughout Virginia. Charlottesville office clients enjoy the full range of legal services provided by Womble Carlyle’s roster of 500+ attorneys, including colleagues in nearby Tysons Corner and Washington DC. The Charlottesville office serves clients in a number of different industries, including real estate, financial services, manufacturing, technology, professional services, government contracting, and the growing “Impact Economy.”
Womble Carlyle’s office is located on Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall, steps away from Historic Court Square, where three American Presidents, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and James Madison, once practiced law.
Attorneys in the firm’s Charlottesville office write the Womble Carlyle Western District of Virginia Law Blog, an online resource following civil litigation and procedure in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia.
Womble Carlyle is sponsoring a pro bono Clinic in a Box® program at the Association of Corporate Counsel 2017 Annual Meeting.
Womble Carlyle’s participation in the 2017 Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting will include on-site podcasting.
Womble Carlyle will sponsor an ACC Foundation’s Women in the House (WITH) Initiative breakfast at the Association of Corporate Counsel 2017 Annual Meeting.
Although a voluntary federal program, E-Verify participation is required by many states to ensure a legal workforce.
Womble Carlyle attorney Jason Hicks will lead a Clear Law Institute Webinar on “Managing Antitrust Risks in Internet Commerce.” The Webinar takes place at 1 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Jan. 11th.
Womble Carlyle would like to invite the Charlottesville community to learn more about the Impact Economy.