Harrison Richards is a native Virginian, attending schools in Roanoke before attending Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history and American politics, graduating cum laude, playing varsity baseball throughout and serving as captain of the team in his senior year. While attending the Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America, he worked as a legal intern in a private law firm in Washington DC, providing research, drafting, and client interviews pertaining to civil litigation involving federal claims and matters brought before the Board for Correction of Military Records. His research involved the Federal Tort Claims Act, the Privacy Act, the Tucker Act, and the Administrative Procedure Act.
Upon graduation from law school and being admitted to the Virginia State Bar, he joined the legal team at Integreon, Inc., serving as a team leader in the management of all aspects of data breach analytics projects. His personal interests include sports, volunteering with youth athletics, travel, and his family. He brings to the Hannon Law Group a commitment to client service, attention to detail, and achieving beneficial solutions.
Note: Admitted in VA only Supervision by J. Michael Hannon