|Description||Mary Nerino believes that no one should have to face the stress that comes with criminal charges by themselves. She has dedicated herself to working tirelessly to ensure that every one of her clients are getting the answers and attention they need to fully understand the implications of their cases and to create the best possible defense strategy that will help them work towards a positive outcome. Mary Nerino serves clients throughout Northern Virginia.
After attending Pennsylvania State University, Ms. Nerino went on to study at Washington and Lee School of Law where she was Vice President of the Student Bar Association and served on the Moot Court Executive Board. During her time in law school, she also served as the Vice Justice for the Staples Chapter of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, worked as a research assistant focusing on the right to counsel and collateral consequences of criminal convictions, participated in the Southwest Virginia Innocence Project and the Virginia Rights Restoration Project, and volunteered as a tutor with ESL students at local elementary schools.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Nerino worked for 2 years as a teacher in a billingual inner city school where she was able to put her Spanish skills to good use.
After graduating from law school, she worked at the Office of the Public Defender in Alexandria where she handled a variety of cases and was able to become familiar with the northern Virginia court system.
3900 Jermantown Rd, Suite 300-1
United States of America
|Practice areas||Criminal Law|
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|Added||12:09:2015 (Edited 07:29:2020)|