Wednesday, December 7th, 2022
Jared Tuck is a member of the firm’s Plaintiff group where he focuses his practice on personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice matters. He regularly represents clients who have been injured in trucking collisions, motor vehicle collisions, and boating collisions. Prior to joining the firm as an attorney, Jared spent two summers working as a Summer Associate with Gentry Locke. He also worked as a Summer Associate at a law firm in Norfolk, Virginia, as well as a Legal Intern at the Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office.
Jared earned his J.D. summa cum laude from William & Mary Law School, where he belonged to the Order of the Coif, the William & Mary Law Review, the William & Mary National Trial Team, and was voted by his classmates as “the person you wouldn’t want to go up against in court.” As a native of Southwest Virginia who has dreamed of becoming a trial lawyer, Jared looks forward to representing injured members of his community.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2022
Aidan Williams is a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation group. Prior to joining Gentry Locke full-time, Aidan worked as a summer associate at Gentry Locke before graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law. He also worked in the Virginia Tech Office of Government Relations and in the Office of Congressman H. Morgan Griffith in Washington D.C. Aidan is a proud native of Southwest Virginia, having grown up in Giles County.
Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
Brittany Mountjoy practices with the firm’s White Collar practice group, which is ranked Band 1 by Chambers USA. Brittany represents both corporate and individual clients during their most difficult times, defending and guiding them through all phases of the criminal process. Brittany also conducts internal investigations for organizations of all sizes to identify exposure areas and provide proactive guidance to protect those clients from future litigation or criminal prosecution.
Previously, Brittany worked as a Deputy State Public Defender at the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office. There, she advocated for indigent clients in criminal matters, tried numerous jury trials, and worked on several appeals. Prior to and during law school, Brittany worked in Washington, D.C. and has considerable experience in international and U.S. legislative and regulatory affairs.
Monday, September 12th, 2022
Carlos Hopkins is a partner in both Gentry Locke’s Criminal & Government Investigations and Government & Regulatory Affairs practice groups. Carlos previously served as Virginia’s Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs where he was the state’s top official for coordinating resources to support Virginia’s veteran community. Carlos was also appointed by former Governor Terence R. McAuliffe in 2014 to serve on the Governor’s Cabinet as Counsel to the Governor. At Gentry Locke, Carlos combines his criminal and civil litigation experience and Virginia-government experience to help clients navigate their most significant litigation, regulatory, and government-facing challenges.
Friday, August 26th, 2022
Lindsey Rhoten’s practice focuses on environmental and renewable energy law. Prior to joining the firm, Lindsey was an associate with a northern Virginia law firm and served as a Law Clerk in the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the United States Department of Justice. While in law school, she was an extern in the Virginia Office of the Attorney General’s Environmental Section. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law and her Master of Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School.
Friday, July 22nd, 2022
Will Fussy works in Gentry Locke’s Roanoke office and is a member of the firm’s general commercial practice group. Will advises a variety of clients, including business organizations and business owners, on matters concerning transactions and corporate governance. Will graduated summa cum laude from Hampden-Sydney College and received his law degree cum laude from Washington and Lee University School of Law.
Friday, July 8th, 2022
John Scheib is a partner in Gentry Locke’s General Commercial Practice Group. He is the former Chief Legal Officer and a former senior executive of Norfolk Southern Corporation, and has extensive deal-making, legislative, regulatory, and business experience. The majority of John’s career has been spent working in the legal aspects of the transportation and railroad industries. He has experience in strategic communications as well as in managing internal teams across a variety of practice areas. He is adept at managing administrative tasks as well as identifying and implementing process improvements.
John serves on the advisory board of Attorney Live and Telegraph and previously served on the board of directors for Conrail. He served as President of two captive insurance companies. John also served on the board of directors for the United States Chamber of Commerce from 2018 to 2020 and is an active member of the Virginia Bar Association’s Transportation section.
Wednesday, May 18th, 2022
Noah Sullivan has a diverse litigation practice, focused on high-stakes trial and regulatory litigation. Noah has deep litigation experience in federal and state courts across the nation. Prior to joining Gentry Locke, Noah cut his teeth for over nine years at the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. He also previously served as Deputy Counsel and then Counsel to Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia. At Gentry Locke, Noah combines his commercial litigation experience and Virginia-government experience to help clients navigate their most significant litigation, regulatory, and government-facing challenges.
Wednesday, January 12th, 2022
Abigail serves as Gentry Locke’s Government Relations Specialist where she combines her love for public policy, data analysis, and writing to help support and deliver thoughtful legislative and communications strategies for clients. Before coming to Gentry Locke in 2019, Abigail served under Virginia Senator Frank Ruff where she aided the Senator and staff during the legislative session and assisted in coordinating his re-election campaign. She received her Bachelor of Arts from the College of William & Mary where she studied Government and Arabic.
Friday, December 10th, 2021
Zach LeMaster is our Government Affairs Manager. Zach specializes in providing insight on the rules and procedures of the General Assembly to clients who need a comprehensive strategy to support their legislative goals through the biennial budget and legislative process. He is not an attorney. Zach has been involved in nearly every major policy initiative in the Virginia General Assembly since 2014 including the biennial budget, modernizing Virginia’s energy policy, criminal justice reform, marijuana decriminalization, and the expansion of gaming and gambling in the Commonwealth. His experience in state policy and strategic communications includes serving as Legislative Aide to Virginia Senator, Thomas K. Norment, Jr. who was both Majority and Minority Leader during Zach’s tenure. Zach earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Policy and Administration with a minor in Political Science from James Madison University.