Theodora Stringham focuses her litigation practice on providing diligent attention to clients’ needs. She distills complicated and contentious issues into a succinct and persuasive manner for negotiation and trial presentation.
Theodora litigates complex land use issues, including but not limited to, eminent domain/condemnation matters, zoning disputes, access, and valuation concerns. She has served as a fee counsel for the Virginia Department of Transportation and has also provided representation to individual landowners and developers alike.
Theodora also assists clients in resolving employment disputes. She provides litigation support for discrimination claims, termination issues, and administrative agency disputes, among other matters. She has previously represented both employees and management and is available to provide employment counseling aimed at reaching workplace resolutions in a direct and effective manner.
Theodora is committed to serving the community through pro bono and currently serves as a regular volunteer with the Fairfax County Bar Association’s Neighborhood Outreach Program. She was awarded the Dean’s Award for Pro Bono Excellence by her alma mater, Rutgers School of Law – Camden.
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