Heather is an associate in the firm’s Maritime Section. Prior to joining the firm Heather worked as a Recruiter for an entry-level staffing agency in the D.C. Metro area. Following her time as a Recruiter, she worked as a paralegal and legal assistant for a Norfolk-based boutique maritime litigation firm.

Heather is a 2021 graduate of William & Mary Law School. During law school, Heather served on the Moot Court Executive Board as the Spong Tournament Justice where she coordinated and hosted the Team’s 50th Annual Moot Court Tournament welcoming 50 teams from across the country to compete in the Team’s first virtual William B. Spong Jr. Moot Court Tournament. While on Moot Court, Heather’s team competed in the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition and proceeded through to the semi-finals.  While in law school Heather also served as the President of the Virginia Bar Association Law School Council. Heather received her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, in Government with a concentration in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise.


Practice Areas
    • Education

      • J.D., William & Mary Law School, Moot Court Team, 2021
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    • Memberships

      • Virginia State Bar
      • Virginia Bar Association
      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
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