Kerry J. McClung, Esq.

Kerry McClung is an associate attorney with the firm whose practice is focused on helping individuals when they need it most. Kerry’s main areas of practice are family law, children’s defense and personal injury. She works with clients going through the challenges of a divorce, dispute over custody, visitation or support, or a simple name change. She always has her client’s best interest at heart and serves as a guardian ad litem and a court appointed attorney in the juvenile and domestic relations courts.

In addition to her work with families, Kerry also assists individuals recovering from injuries and automobile accidents get justly compensated for their loss.

Kerry is a proud double Spider, having graduated from the University of Richmond, Westhampton College in 2007 and earning her law degree with honors from the University of Richmond, School of Law in 2015. While at the University of Richmond, she participated in the Children’s Defense Clinic advocating for underprivileged and underrepresented youth in various local juvenile and domestic relations courts. She also participated in the Wrongful Conviction Clinic where she petitioned for, and was granted, the early release of an incarcerated defendant.

During law school Kerry earned the Orrell-Brown Award for Clinical Excellence in the Children’s Defense Clinic, received the Richmond Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Scholarship, and was awarded membership in the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Inn of Court. She also served as the vice president of the Student Bar Association and was an executive member of the Client Counseling and Negotiation Board.

Kerry is an active member of her community. She volunteers with local youth organizations and animal shelters. She has also been a certified yoga instructor for over a decade and continues to teach classes around the city. In addition, Kerry works extensively with members of the deaf community and is committed to ensuring that the law is accessible to those in need of both civil and criminal representation.