Rawls McNelis + Mitchell Welcomes Glen H. Sturtevant
Richmond, VA, August 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Rawls McNelis + Mitchell announces the addition of Glen H. Sturtevant
as a new attorney with the firm. Mr. Sturtevant is a trial lawyer with a statewide and national litigation practice. He has wide-ranging experience dedicated to representing clients in complex civil litigation, with an emphasis on healthcare litigation, mass tort and product defect claims, and commercial disputes.
With a singular focus on protecting his clients’ long-term interests, Mr. Sturtevant represents his clients on trial teams around the country, taking cases to verdict, winning them before trial, resolving them in mediation, and avoiding litigation before suit is filed.
Mr. Sturtevant has been consistently recognized as a Rising Star in Virginia Super Lawyers’ peer-ranked guide to top lawyers in the region and is a graduate of the National Trial Advocacy College at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Mr. Sturtevant is deeply committed to public service. He has long been an advocate for improvements in the Richmond public school system and now serves on the School Board of the City of Richmond. He has also led the Virginia State Bar’s provision of legal services to survivors of natural disasters, mass emergencies, and terrorist attacks affecting the Commonwealth. He has also been appointed to the Criminal Justice Act Panel and accepts federal criminal cases in the Eastern District of Virginia.
Rawls McNelis + Mitchell is announcing that Mr. Sturtevant will be joining the firm’s Richmond location to offer services in Medical Malpractice Litigation, Tort Litigation and Civil Rights Litigation.
Rawls McNelis + Mitchell is a healthcare law firm focused on complex medical issues, including: Medical Malpractice Defense, VA and Military Medical Malpractice, State Board Licensing and Credentialing, and Vaccination Injury Law. Rawls McNelis + Mitchell is based in Richmond, Virginia, with additional offices in Fredericksburg, Norfolk, and Fairfax.