James Abrenio talks to GMU Students about being a lawyer.

Recently, James Abrenio had the honor of serving with other distinguished guests on the Third Annual Career Panel and Table Talk Session. Hosted by the Arlington Bar Association, Young Lawyer’s Section, Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference, and GMU Antonin Scalia School of Law, panelists talked with GMU students and what it’s like to practice law.

James shared his perspective as solo criminal defense and personal injury lawyer. Other panelists provided insight from the prosecutor’s office, the bench, and in-house corporate counsel. It was truly a diverse and unique panel moderated by Assistant Fairfax County Attorney Linda Choe.

Abrenio Law believes that education is empowerment and being involved in your local community is vital to serving those around you. Through events like this, practice what we preach.

If you’re a law student or thinking about going to law school, reach out to James Abrenio to chat. To be clear, we are confident that most attorneys are willing to take some time to chat about a career in the law. So if there’s someone doing something you love, reach out to them!