James C. Driggs

James C. Driggs

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James "Jim" Driggs grew up in Hanover County, VA and is a distinguished graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. While in law school, he served as class president, wrote for the Journal of Law and Technology, worked as the research assistant for two prominent criminal law professors, and earned a certificate in Intellectual Property.

Mr. Driggs is a general practice attorney and skilled litigator. He routinely argues contract disputes, landlord/tenant conflicts, debt collection claims, juvenile and domestic relations cases, misdemeanor & felony criminal charges and traffic ticket defense. Jim is a certified real estate settlement attorney and competent preparer of deeds, contracts, corporate/business documents, trusts, Last Will & Testaments, Power of Attorney, and Advanced Medical Directives. He also has experience handling misconduct claims and disciplinary actions alleged by the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR), the public school system and collages/universities.

Jim is a devout Christian as well as a dedicated husband and father. He spends his personal time as an Instructor for SEALTeam Physical Training, Inc., coaching high school mock trial teams, and serving as an active member and past President of the Hanover Bar Association.


  • Hanover, VA
  • 2013, Virginia
  • Virginia Military Institute (B.S., Biology, 2005)
  • T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond (J.D., 2013)
  • Virginia State Bar


Residential Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Criminal Law

Traffic Violations

Personal Injury

Civil Litigation

Family Law

Creditor/Debtor Rights


Intellectual Property

Contact Us

MIDLOTHIAN: 804-320-7186 | WEST END: 804-288-7999 | HANOVER: 804-730-7175

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