Ruth advises clients on corporate and business transactions, as well as litigation and dispute resolution. She leverages her legal and business degrees to provide practical, real-world advice to business owners and corporate management teams across a wide range of industries.
Prior to joining Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black (WRVB), Ruth was a legal fellow at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems in Arlington, Virginia. There she learned how to utilize alternative dispute methods in resolving conflicts, a skill that saves time and money. As a law student, Ruth served as the vice recruitment chair of the National Trial Team, earning the recognition of Outstanding Advocate at the NTC. Ruth was also the senior training director for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team. Ruth continues to leverage her advocating skills as she serves her clients.
Ruth was also a staff member on the William & Mary Journal of Race Gender and Social Justice.
Ruth maintains an active presence in the community. She volunteers at Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse (CAPSA) and the Orphanage Support Services Organizations (OSSO).
Outside of work and volunteering, she enjoys backpacking, biking, and playing the piano and cello.
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