Christopher M. Day
After a clerkship with the Honorable Bruce C. Levine, Christopher M. Day served as the Assistant Attorney General for Northern Virginia for four years, representing the Commonwealth of Virginia in both state and federal courts.
Mr. Day entered private practice in 1999 and worked for two local litigation firms, in which he tried cases before both judges and juries with an exemplary success record. Types of cases brought to trial include civil litigation, criminal defense (including DUI/DWI, assaults, reckless driving, drug possession, etc.), workers’ compensation, and employment matters.
Mr. Day is an active member of the Virginia Bar and is admitted to practice in the Virginia Circuit, General District, the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts, in addition to the Virginia Court of Appeals, the Virginia Supreme Court, the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and the United States Supreme Court. He holds memberships in the Fairfax, Loudon and Arlington County Bar Associations, as well as the National Center for Victims of Crime Bar Association, and the Knights of Columbus.
Mr. Day teaches seminars to other lawyers on workers’ compensation, estate planning and other areas of law.
Mr. Day holds a Juris Doctorate degree from George Mason University School of Law, where he served as a student editor for a faculty trade publication. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in financial administration, where he was president of the Order of Omega Honor Society and named the 1991 Greek Man of the Year.