Craig Mehall

Craig Mehall focuses his practice on real estate, business, and civil matters. He is experienced in business and non-business matters, including, real estate purchases and sales, estate planning, commercial and residential leasing, business formation, contract analysis and interpretation, commercial banking, municipal and legislative matters, employment, intellectual property, debt collection, tax, and civil litigation.

His experience as an attorney, a regulatory and legislative analyst, a government affairs liaison, and a university professor, as well as his diverse background in business, has provided a solid foundation to relate to and better serve his clients.

Craig earned his JD from Michigan State University College of Law, his MBA from Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business, and his BBA from Cleveland State University. He is admitted to the bars of Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Illinois.

Craig serves on the board of and the Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation and is a member of the Chesterfield County Bar Association, Henrico County Bar Association, Hill Tucker Bar Association, and Richmond Bar Association.

  • J.D., Michigan State College of Law (1999)
  • MBA, Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business (1999)
  • BBA, Cleveland State University (1996)
  • Chesterfield County Bar Association, Current Member
  • Henrico County Bar Association, Current Member
  • Hill Tucker Bar Association, Current Member
  • Richmond Bar Association, Current Member

Augustus F. Hawkins Foundation, Board Member