Caleb Thompson practices within the firm’s Personal Injury Department. He is currently licensed to practice law in Virginia. Caleb is a lifelong Virginia resident, having grown up in Chesterfield, Radford, and the Shenandoah Valley. He received his B.A. in Political Science from Virginia Tech, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He then went on to attend and graduate from the University of Richmond School of Law immediately after.
Caleb is no stranger to serving the state of Virginia, dedicating his college and law school careers to serving Virginians in need. Throughout his time in college, Caleb involved himself deeply in Virginia nonprofit and government service, interning for a legal aid office in Harrisonburg, Virginia as well as with several members of Virginia’s top governmental leadership. In these roles, he gave special focus to issues involving environmental justice, healthcare, and civil rights.
After college, Caleb attended the University of Richmond School of Law, where he clerked with the same legal aid office he interned with in college and started as a law clerk at Geoff McDonald and Associates. Throughout law school, Caleb committed his focus primarily to learning about civil litigation and Virginia and federal civil procedure. Caleb was also a member and manuscript of Richmond Law’s renowned Public Interest Law Review journal.
Caleb’s longstanding interest in public service and his strong connection to his home all strongly inform his passion for serving his clients at GMA. His time communicating with and serving the residents of his home state have given him an acute understanding of the needs of his neighbors and have inspired him to continue serving them in his capacity as an attorney. Throughout his career, he has learned that while there are several key traits that make a good attorney, the utmost of these is an unfailing dedication to those one serves and a strong sensitivity to their needs.
Caleb currently lives in Richmond. When he’s not at work, Caleb enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, listening to music, playing guitar, attending concerts, running, and reading.