Brad Pollack’s background is extensive and quite rich. He was raised in the Shenandoah Valley and grew up in Mount Jackson Virginia. Brad graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the College of William and Mary. He set his focus on practicing law when he was accepted into the University of Richmond Taft School of Law Juris Doctorate program.
Brad’s College and Military Experience::
After Brad graduated from law school, he served in the Office of Inspector General gathering great background experience from the Department of Defense where he held several high ranking positions in legal affairs within the Department of the Navy. Mr. Pollack has extensive experience in the Federal Government in areas of law and legislative affairs. Indeed, Brad served as Counsel to the Subcommittee on General Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Additionally, Brad served as Appellate Counsel to the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Navy; and within the Office of the Secretary of the Navy as well as the Assistant Marine Corps Senate Liaison Officer in 1986.
Brad’s Law Practice::
Brad’s law practice is widely diverse across the legal and social spectrum. Whether his office assists clients with contested divorces, speeding tickets on I-81; landlord tenant disputes over rent and repairs; or drug possession and gun charges – Brad’s preparation, skill and legal competency in the courtroom is second to none.
Because Brad prides himself as [T]he Shenandoah Lawyer, he works out of his car much of the time and frequently travels up and down I-81 to all major cities and towns. Though he is not the Lincoln Lawyer, Brad has been known to do business out of his 2015 Ford Taurus while traveling between cases and courthouses.
Brad is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of the Marine Corps Reserves who still resides in Shenandoah County, Virginia with his wife and son. He enjoys golf, football, local activism and good debate about local and state politics over coffee at GreenBerry’ Coffee Company.