Geoffrey T. Witherspoon, II

Dealing with legal issues can be a stressful and often overwhelming experience, so I strive to create a supportive environment – prioritizing your needs and addressing your concerns with tremendous care and understanding.

I maintain open lines of communication with my clients, ensuring that you are informed and involved at every step of the process. Communication is a substantial part of building a strong case and alleviating any anxieties or uncertainties you may have.

My journey in law began with my education at Howard University, where I earned both my B.A. and J.D. From there, my career has taken me to several esteemed positions, including serving as a D.C. Superior Court Clerk, working as the Lead Research Assistant for the Domestic Relations Manual for the District of Columbia, and being part of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association. I also served as the Co-Chair of the Social Justice Committee of the Washington Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division, a role that heightened my passion for social equality.

My dedication to social justice drives me to fight tirelessly for your rights and interests, but I don’t just work to win cases. I aim to make the legal process smooth and stress-free and ensure you receive the best possible outcome.