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Richmond Family Law Lawyer
Mr. Harris has practiced law for twenty years in the areas of business and personal litigation. For at least the last ten years Mr. Harris has focused on domestic relations as well as general litigation matters, ranging from shareholder disputes, to land partition, to medical peer review and personal injury. His peers distinguish him "AV - rated," exhibiting "the highest level of professional excellence."
About Robert L. Harris Jr.
Current Employment Position(s)
- Family Law
- Business Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Virginia Supreme Court, 1991
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of Virginia
- U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Virginia State Bar
- Virginia Bar Association
- Richmond Bar Association
Pro Bono Activities
- Volunteer, Richmond SPCA
- Board of Gateway Homes
- Shareholder, LeClairRyan, P.C. (2005-2011)
- Allen & Allen, Attorneys at Law (merged with LeClairRyan), Richmond, Virginia (2001-2005)
- Hirschler, Fleischer, Weinberg, Cox & Allen, Richmond, Virginia (1991-2001)
- The College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1991
Honors: Author, Redefining the Harm of Peremptory Challenges, William and Mary Law Review
Law Review: William and Mary Law Review, Editor
- College of William & Mary, 1984
Accepts Credit Cards
7401 Beaufont Springs DriveSuite 200 Richmond, VA 23225
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Included on the 2023 Virginia list
- 2022 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2021 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2020 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2019 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2018 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2017 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2016 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2015 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- 2014 Virginia Super Lawyers list
- Named a SuperLawyer by SuperLawyers Magazine (2014-2019)
- Named a Virginia Legal Elite by Virginia Business Magazine (2013, 2014)
- AV Preeminent Rated by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell
- Volunteer of the Year, St. Michael's Episcopal School (2005, 2007)
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