Stephen Teague, Of Counsel
Stephen Teague is a Virginia native, having spent his childhood and adolescence in Accomack County, Chesapeake, and Norfolk, Virginia. He graduated from Georgetown University in 2006, with dual degrees in Spanish and Psychology, and a minor in African-American Studies. He holds a J.D. from University of Chicago, graduating in 2010.
Immediately following law school, he served as a Public Interest Law Fellow in the Jackson, Mississippi office of the Mississippi Center for Justice, a nonprofit law firm, where he worked to help struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure. He also supported the organization’s efforts to reform the state’s payday lending industry regulations. He then was brought on as a staff attorney in the organization’s Biloxi, Mississippi office in 2011, to provide pro bono legal services to Mississippi Gulf Coast residents who were economically and medically injured by the BP Oil Spill of 2010. Beginning in early 2013, Stephen served two years as the Director of the BP Oil Disaster campaign at the Mississippi Center for Justice.
In 2015 Stephen returned home to Virginia where he now provides legal counsel and representation in a variety of practice areas including Family Law, Contracts, Criminal Defense, Landlord/Tenant, Fair Housing, Real Estate, Bankruptcy and Consumer Rights across our great Commonwealth.