Robert Pratt maintains a diverse practice both as a litigator and as a client counselor. He has experience in government contracts, construction litigation, and insurance recovery. He has appeared in both federal and state courts and has represented clients in actions of all sizes. Mr. Pratt has also performed significant pro bono work, including the successful representation of clients seeking asylum in the United States and the victims of a mortgage modification scam in Virginia.

Mr. Pratt graduated from The George Washington University Law School with Highest Honors, where he was a member of the International Law Review and Moot Court Board. While there, he won top awards in oral advocacy and civil procedure. Mr. Pratt is admitted to practice law in Virginia, the District of Columbia and Maryland.

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