Bridget A. Murray

Practice area: Workers’ Compensation Defense

Ms. Murray began her litigation career as a criminal prosecutor.  She worked closely with victims, witnesses, and expert witnesses and gained invaluable experience in the courtroom.  She has worked with several companies to ensure their compliance with industrial regulations and labor law.  Her civil litigation and professional liability matters included oil and gas, engineering, architecture, health care, and medical malpractice.  She thrives on the investigative process of the law and enjoys learning all aspects of a case in order to present the most effective defense.

Upon graduating from law school in Virginia, Ms. Murray served as a law clerk for the Portsmouth Circuit Court.  She worked closely with five sitting judges on matters involving maritime and railroad shipping liability as well as complex contractual disputes.  As Editor-in-Chief of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology, Ms. Murray worked with technology and electronic discovery experts and oversaw the production of the journal as well as an annual seminar and survey on electronic discovery.

Ms. Murray enjoys backpacking, skiing, and hiking in the Rocky Mountains.  Prior to law school, Ms. Murray worked on a family-owned dude ranch in Oregon and as a ski instructor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Her experience as a collegiate ski racer and work in the mountains fostered a love of the outdoors.  She has parlayed that experience into significant legal advocacy and policy work on energy, environmental, and technology matters.