Melanie P. Jennings, Attorney
Melanie Jennings' practice includes representation of victims of domestic violence. She is qualified to serve as a Guardian Ad Litem for children pursuant to Sec. 16.1-266.1 of the Code of Virginia and for adults pursuant to Sec. 37.1-134.9 of the Code of Virginia. In this role Ms. Jennings vigorously represents the interests of her clients before courts and agencies.
Ms. Jennings has lectured for Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) training. She has also participated in a foster parent training panel for Chesterfield County Social Services Department.
|Education:||Virginia Commonwealth University|
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