Jeffrey A. Duling, J.D., LL.M.
Jeff Duling has been an attorney in Virginia since 2002 with a practice focusing on estate and business planning and real estate development. He is a life long resident of Hanover, Virginia.
Jeff earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at the College of William and Mary where he was a National Merit Scholar and a Monroe scholar. He received high honors for his work in magnetic physical chemistry. Portions of his research have appeared in the journals Physical Review B and the Journal of Applied Physics.
He earned his law degree from the College of William and Mary, School of Law, during which time he received the Paul M. Shapiro academic scholarship. After graduating from law school, Jeff continued his education at Georgetown Law Center obtaining a Master of Laws degree in Taxation.
He has served with the Federal Tax Practice Clinic and with the Community Tax Law Project aiding taxpayers with IRS disputes.
He also practiced law with a small firm in Mechanicsville where he focused on business transactions and real estate. Jeff represented buyers and sellers in residential closings and businesses in real estate puchases, financing and leasing. He also represented developers in rezoning cases in Hanover and Henrico. Additionally, he has advised local agencies as to zoning legislation and has participated in the drafting and review of county zoning ordinances.
Jeff actively serves on the board of directors and as legal counsel for the Dominion School for Autism. He has previously served on the board of directors for Horses in Service, a therapeutic riding organization. He is also currently active in his church, Hillcrest Baptist Church, where he serves on Church Council, as Chair of the Music Committee, as a member of the Properties Committee and as a member of the Safety Committee. He has also served as a Deacon and as Treasurer.
Jeff and his wife Sali live in Hanover with their hound dogs Puddleglum and Emma.