To accommodate its growing client list and the demand for Family Law legal services throughout DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland, The Geller Law Group has added two new associates this summer.
Samantha Lebling joins our Family Law Practice Group with a focus on domestic violence, Collaborative divorce, and custody cases.
Prior to joining GLG, Samantha was an associate attorney for a boutique family law firm where she drafted separation agreements.
While attending the University of South Carolina School of Law, Samantha served as a Legal Extern for the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services and a Law Clerk for the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office. She assisted the Catawba Indian Nation in drafting their domestic violence code. She also volunteered as a guardian ad litem for children in foster care and served as a research assistant for the law school’s pro bono office.
Before law school, Samantha worked at a Domestic Violence Shelter, counseling survivors of domestic abuse, assisting in obtaining protective orders, and attending court to help guide them through the legal process. She also served as a Shelter Manager performing intakes for clients moving into the shelter and managing residents overnight.
In her spare time, Samantha enjoys paddle boarding, cooking, and biking around the D.C. area.
Veronica Holmes specializes in all areas of Family Law. Prior to joining GLG, she practiced with a boutique personal injury law firm specializing in litigation in DC and Virginia.
Veronica also has served as Legislative Counsel at the Council of the District of Columbia where she worked to introduce and ultimately pass into law the Detained Youth Access to the Juvenile Services Program Amendment Act of 2019. The program provides detained youth with education on legal rights, access to counsel, information, and legal support.
Veronica received her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School and a B.A. from Howard University. Among her prior internships, Veronica has served as a judicial intern at the Superior Court for the District of Columbia, a law clerk at a small general litigation firm in Washington D.C., and a legal intern for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Outside of work, Veronica loves to travel, read, attend musicals or live events, and hang out with her friends and family. She also makes it a priority to volunteer her time and services and is currently a volunteer with the Christian Legal Aid of the District of Columbia.
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