Title: Retired Attorney, Owner
Company: Raymond D. Battocchi, Attorney at Law
Location: Round Hill, Virginia, United States
Raymond D. Battocchi, Retired Attorney and Owner at Raymond D. Battocchi, Attorney at Law, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil litigation.
During his undergraduate years, Mr. Battocchi became interested in pursuing a career in law by the influence of his favorite political science professor, who had attended Harvard Law School. After attaining a Bachelor of Arts in English from Amherst College in 1964, he went on to obtain a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1968. Today, Mr. Battocchi is admitted to practice law in the Connecticut, Virginia and the District of Columbia, as well as before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Virginia and District of Columbia and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Renowned for his decade’s long career in law, Mr. Battocchi most recently served as the owner of Raymond D. Battocchi, Attorney at Law from 2012 until his retirement in 2018. Specializing in civil litigation, he also excelled within the realms of business law, contracts, personal injury, medical malpractice and real estate law. Earlier, he gained experience as a partner of Gabeler, Battocchi and Powell PC and Gabeler, Battocchi and Griggs PC. In addition, Mr. Battocchi served Cole & Groner PC for 12 years, as well as the Department of Justice for eight and a half years.
Presently, Mr. Battocchi maintains affiliation with the District of Columbia Bar, Virginia State Bar, Omicron Delta Kappa and Raven Society. Additionally, he is involved with the McLean, Virginia American Bar Association as a member of the sections on litigation, insurance, negligence and compensation law, having also been chairman of the District of Columbia Circuit Subcommittee of the Appellate Practice Subcommittee for the Litigation Section from 1979 to 1981.
Notably, Super Lawyers named Mr. Battocchi to Top Virginia Lawyers in 2006. He has also been listed to Top D.C. Lawyers and was the recipient of a Woods Travis Prize. He attributes the success of his illustrious career to hard work and skill, along with his mentors who consistently motivated and inspired him, Robert Bork, Benjamin Munn Ziegler and Hardy Dillard. Likewise, he is particularly proud of his contributions to the 1977 publication, “Petitioner’s Brief Boos vs. Barry, Brief in the U.S. Supreme Court.” In five years’ time, Mr. Battocchi plans to continue taking up his hobbies of reading, puzzles and volunteer work. However, if he is approached to help counsel on a case, he is more than happy to do so.
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