Jeffrey S. Saradar
- Juris Doctor from William and Mary, School of Law, 2001
- Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Washington and Jefferson College, 1998 cum laude
Mr. Saradar opened his own practice straight out of law school, which he ran as a solo practitioner for six years before joining the LLH team. He has handled a variety of civil and criminal litigation, including a number of jury trials, divorces, custody disputes, personal injury, landlord/tenant, and criminal defense, and has appeared in numerous state and federal courts, as well as on appeals to the Virginia Supreme Court and Virginia Court of Appeals. In his only “death penalty” case, he was able to have the life of his client’s dog spared, after he proved it was a case of mistaken identity and another dog had killed the chickens.
Jeffrey was honored with a number of scholarships in school, including a Merit Scholarship and Siegfried Scholarship at William and Mary and the Presidential Merit Scholarship at Washington and Jefferson College, which he received for eight semesters, as well as making the Dean’s List numerous times.
Areas of Concentration:
- Criminal and Traffic Defense
- Family Law
- Landlord and Tenant
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury