Charles W. Hazelwood, Jr.Attorney
Charles W. Hazelwood, Jr. has accumulated a significant legal skill set over the past four decades. His communication skills and negotiating abilities were honed and perfected over time as he handled over 16,000 cases. He has a thorough understanding of the law and comprehensive experience with handing estates and trusts, real estate issues, personal injury cases, and more. His long-standing legal acumen has been time-tested by the significantnumber of cases he has handled.
Charles W. Hazelwood, Jr. has bar memberships in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the U.S. Tax Court. The amount of time and effort he invested in these memberships are testament to his relentless determination to improve himself as an attorney. He has four decades of legal experience under his belt, but he knows that there is always more to learn, especially when it comes to the law.
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Clients at Hazelwood Law Firm widely consider Charles W. Hazelwood, Jr. to be a proficient lawyer and compassionate friend. His unique ability for making every single one of his clients feel special and valued is what has allowed his firm to succeed over the past four decades. He will work through evenings and on weekends to ensure his clients get top notch legal care.
Our team of Burke attorneys will even go so far as to meet you off-site at your home or place of work. We understand that legal problems typically involve a lot of time, effort, and emotional involvement which is why we strive to make the legal process as comfortable and convenient as possible.
George Washington University School of Law, Washington DC LL.M., Intellectual Property, 2009 Published Article: IDEA. The Intellectual Property Law Review, Vol. 50. 2, 2010
University of Richmond School of Law, Richmond, VA Juris Doctor, 1978
Member: The McNeil Law Society (top 10% of the class)
Published Article: University of Richmond Law Review, Spring 1977
Representative, 3L, Student Bar Association; Chairman of the Student Legal Foruml and Chairman, Legal Aid Society
Legal Internship with the Attorney General's Honors Program, Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice.
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
B.A., History, Distinction, 1975