Mr. Hudgins’ main practice areas include general liability, personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, and professional malpractice. Mr. Hudgins also devotes a substantial portion of his time advising clients regarding business litigation, property disputes, contracts, leases, and employment issues. Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Mr. Hudgins values the ideal of the “Citizen Lawyer” who possesses a broad liberal education, practices experiential learning, and is capable of using knowledge of the law to promote the public good and general welfare of the community.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Hudgins received his Juris Doctor from the George Washington University Law School where he served on the Academic Integrity Committee and worked as student attorney advocating for the civil needs of low-income residents of Washington D.C. Prior to law school, Mr. Hudgins attended Hampden-Sydney College where he majored in Psychology and earned a minor through the College’s nationally renowned Rhetoric Program for writing and public speaking. Mr. Hudgins currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia and enjoys golf, fishing, and volunteering for local charities in his spare time.