About Patrick V. Foltz

I settled in Northern Virginia in 2005. I have lived in Arlington and Alexandria and represented clients as an attorney in Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Falls Church, Loudoun, Prince William County, Spotsylvania, and Vienna. I love Northern Virginia and think of myself as an adoptive Virginian.

I graduated from the College of William and Mary and then attended George Mason School of Law. At George Mason, I managed my school’s Moot Court program, taught writing for a year as a writing fellow, and served as Secretary of the Student Bar Association and co-Editor-in-Chief of our school newspaper. I also was a member of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal.

After passing the Virginia Bar, I worked for the Prince William County Circuit Court as law clerk for Judge Craig D. Johnston. After that, I spent two years at the Prince William County firm of Zelnick & Erickson, P.C. practicing civil and criminal litigation.

I am licensed to practice law in Virginia and admitted before the Eastern District of Virginia. I run a high-tech paperless office and utilize all forms of communication. I take pride in the fact that my clients are able to reach me at any time of day, whether by phone, text, email, Facebook, or Twitter.

1940 Duke St., Second Floor
Alexandria, VA 22314

3158 Golansky Blvd
Suite 201
Woodbridge, VA 22192


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