104 N. Railroad Ave., Ste. A, Ashland, VA 23005
VIRGINIA FULLER PODBOY
After graduating law school, Virginia moved back to Richmond where she worked as a lobbyist for the Virginia Catholic Conference. Her policy work focused on healthcare, housing, public benefits, and criminal justice concerns. Virginia is licensed to practice law in both the Commonwealth of Virginia and Massachusetts.
In her spare time, Virginia enjoys refinishing furniture, cooking, and spending time with her husband and their dog, Tort.
Virginia is honored to serve the Central Virginia community with their estate planning and family law needs. Additionally, she is a qualified Guardian ad Litem for juveniles. She practices in courts across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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Virginia Fuller Podboy, a Chesterfield County native, graduated from Monacan High School. She attended George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and International Politics. She had the privilege to spend a semester abroad attending Oxford University's New College where her study focused on the European Union. After undergraduate studies she attended the Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law.
During law school, Virginia interned at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the Appellate Division where she assisted attorneys in writing briefs and preparing oral arguments. Additionally, she clerked for a Washington, D.C. labor law firm where she assisted attorneys with federal court litigation preparation as well as providing ERISA compliance oversight over several major pension and health plans. Virginia also served as Executive Editor of the Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy in addition to serving the Student Bar Association as Director of Communications and 3L Representative.
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