Maggy L. Gregory, Esq.
Maggy earned her law degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary in 2010, where she was selected for the Order of the Coif for graduating in the top 5% of her class. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in 2005. Maggy has been with the firm as a named partner since 2017.
Prior to joining Adams and Fisk, PLC, Maggy was in private practice with a firm in Danville, Virginia for five years. That experience followed two years of a judicial clerkship with the 1st Judicial Circuit in Dorchester County, Maryland.
Maggy’s law practice focuses on trust and estate planning and administration for individuals and families. She also practices business and corporate law and represents clients on a variety of civil matters. Maggy is licensed to practice in the state courts of Virginia and Maryland as well as federal court in the Western District of Virginia and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. At the state appellate level, she has successfully argued before the Virginia Supreme Court.
Maggy, who with her husband operates a local cattle farm, is also a leader with the American Bar Association’s General and Small Firm Committee where she has served as the national chair of the Agricultural Law Subcommittee. In addition, she regularly presents on legal issues affecting agriculture and estate matters generally.
Since 2013, Maggy has served on the Board of Directors for The Arc of Southside, an organization whose mission is to promote and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Since 2016, she has also has served on the Board of Directors for Middle Border Forward, a regional development organization based in Danville. She is a member of Shockoe Baptist Church in the Java community of Pittsylvania County.
Maggy lives in Vernon Hill of Halifax County, Virginia with her husband, Clark, and their two sons.