George Mason University 1982 Arlington, Virginia
MASTER OF ARTS, HISTORY George Mason University 1983 Fairfax, Virginia
BACHELOR OF ARTS, HISTORY University of Richmond 1975 Richmond, Virginia
Virginia State Bar member since October 5, 1982
Sensitivity towards our clients
Commitment and dedication
Flexibility to work around your needs
Direct lawyer accessibility
Reasonable fee schedule
Our office is designed to take care of our customers during times of stress and pressure. That includes offering consultations at reasonable rates.
Authored a book, Images of America-Arlington National Cemetery, published by Arcadia Publishing.
Arlington Historical Magazine articles beginning in 1987.
Arlington Bar Journal articles bimonthly beginning in 1993.
"Abingdon Plantation" 1999. Wrote and narrated video of historic site for Channel 31.
"Burial of Black Soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery" 1996. Wrote and narrated video for Channel 31.
"The Law and Mental Health" ACBA continue legal education seminar 1989.
"Legal Issues in Mental Health" ACBA continuing legal education seminar 1992.
"Impeachment of Legal Documents" ACBA Estate Planning continuing legal education seminar 1999.
"Capacity Issues" GMUSL continuing legal education panel 2001.
"The Law and Mental Health Issues" ACBA continuing legal education seminar 2001.
"History of the 75th Anniversary of the Arlington County Bar Association" 2001. Assembled pictures and wrote script for award-winning video narrated by Donald A. Brittenham, Jr.
"Searching for Missing Heirs" ACBA Estate Planning continuing legal education seminar 2002.
"The Civil Commitment Process" Virginia Guardianship Conference continuing legal education seminar 2002.
George W. Dodge is a native of Arlington, Virginia and is currently serving a second year as president of the Arlington County Bar Association. He has been in practice since 1982 in northern Virginia, primarily in Arlington, Fairfax and Alexandria, Virginia. He has experience as a trial lawyer involving estate litigation, such as Will impeachment cases, partition of real estate suits and guardian/conservator trials. Since his appointment as a Special Justice in 1988, George has presided over several thousand civil commitment hearings and has been a member of the Supreme Court of Virginia's Commission on Mental Health Law Reform and the Virginia Task Force on Guardianship Reform.
George W. Dodge
2300 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 607
Arlington, VA 22201