1 Program with Hon. John M. Tran

On April 4, 2013, the Virginia General Assembly elected Judge Tran to serve on the Fairfax Circuit Court. Upon taking the bench on July 1, 2013 he became the 63rd Circuit Court judge in Fairfax County since 1742. The son of a South Vietnamese diplomat and later a refugee in the United States, he spent his entire adult life in the Washington Metropolitan Area and proudly considers himself a Virginian. Prior to his appointment on the bench, Judge Tran shaped his trial experience as a state and federal prosecutor in Alexandria, Virginia and later as a litigation partner in Old Town Alexandria law firm of DiMuroGinsberg, P.C. The diversity of his practice reflects the diversity of cases found in state and federal courts throughout the country. Judge Tran has represented businesses and individuals in matters ranging from simple contract disputes to complex commercial and criminal defense. Judge Tran is a product of the Arlington County public school system, having graduated from Yorktown High School. Remaining in the Washington Metropolitan Area, he is a 1981 graduate of the George Washington University and a 1984 graduate of the George Washington University Law School. In addition to his duties as a presiding judge in the 19th Judicial Circuit, Judge Tran also serves on the Virginia Supreme Court’s Advisory Committee on Rules of Court.

 
2017 Criminal Law Seminar (2017-2018 Credit)

Published by Virginia Trial Lawyers Association


Credit: VA


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