I am proud to announce that I have opened up my own law firm, Virginia Josey Law. I started this practice with a few settlements over the summer and now I am back in court.
After having the privilege to help several families, I was encouraged to open a referral-only boutique law firm. I am fortunate to have criminal and civil courtroom experience. Earlier this summer, I presented to a national organization about negotiation tactics in personal injury cases. Throughout my career, I have gained valuable experience working with and against some incredible attorneys. I also spent five years working with Mercer Law School as an adjunct member of the faculty teaching students trial advocacy for national competitions.
While I am humbled by the support I have had from other lawyers, I made this decision after consulting with clients, friends and family outside of the legal community. I realized what I love the most about the law is being there for my clients. To me, there is no better feeling than a client placing their trust in you.
Having my own practice allows me to choose who I represent. I have relationships with so many incredible attorneys and having my own firm allows me to work with their offices all over Georgia.
This week, I served as first chair and trial co-counsel with a great friend and someone who trusts me to help his injured clients, Ron Daniels. Ron asked me to join him on a jury trial and we won. I missed being in court, picking a jury and closing arguments. We had a great time and I am grateful he trusted me to help.
I feel privileged to have the education and ability to advocate for others. I am always excited for the opportunity to help, so please give me a call if you need a lawyer!