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K. Bailey Law, PC
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K. Bailey Law is committed to providing you with outstanding legal representation. Our philosophy is focused integrity, advocacy, and understanding. We fight for you! We want to be your law firm for life.

K. Bailey Law, PC
Kerriel Bailey, Esq.
  5029 Corporate Woods Drive
Suite 302-C
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(757) 961-3304(757) 961-3304
FAX (757) 271-3112
LegalAssistant@KBaileyLaw.com

Kerriel Bailey

Kerriel Bailey earned her J.D. Degree from Regent University School of Law where she received the "Most Inspirational Graduate" award.  Ms. Bailey's undergraduate studies include graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University Fullerton.  She also holds an Associate of Arts degree in Philosophy from Cerritos College where she graduated with Highest Honors.

Ms. Bailey is licensed to practice law in all courts in Virginia, Washington DC, and in the United States Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Virginia.

Attorney Bailey taught Legal Advocacy at Handong International Law School in Pohang, South Korea. She teaches for her alma mater Regent University School of Law on a variety of subjects.

In 2013 Ms. Bailey's book They've Crossed the Line A Patriot's Guide to Religious Freedom was released.  She co-authored this work with Pennsylvania legislator Steven Bloom; Rick Santorum provided the forward.  In addition to working for various private civil and criminal law practices, Ms. Bailey clerked for Jay Sekulow's American Center for Law & Justice where she conducted legal research
on issues such as taxpayer standing, free speech, RLUIPA, religious freedom, Equal Access, Supreme Court nominees, amicus briefs, certiorari petitions, legislative research, Freedom of Choice Act, United Nations, Small Business Administration, parental rights, forced religious conversions in foreign countries, and many others.  Ms. Bailey assisted in drafting and editing of petitions for writ of certiorari, and amicus briefs, and merit briefs for the Supreme Court of the United States.

Ms. Bailey held a Judicial Internship with the Honorable Judge Dewey Lawes Falcone of the Los Angeles County Superior Court.  During her one and a half years there, she was exposed to every imaginable type of criminal case including homicide, manslaughter, rape, child molestation and abuse, robbery, gang violence, drunk driving offenses, assault and battery, and drug cases.  Prior to pursuing her legal career, Attorney Kerriel Bailey spent nearly a dozen years as a non-uniformed employee of the California Highway Patrol.

Attorney Bailey belongs to numerous professional organizations including: the Virginia Bar Association, American Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyer's Association, Virginia Women Attorney's Association, The Federalist Society, and the Christian Legal Society. She received the prestigious "Champion for Children" award in the legal field in 2014.

In her spare time, Ms. Bailey enjoys writing, including her book "They've Crossed the Line, A Patriot's Guide to Religious Freedom" and articles for a Christian women's magazine (www.myfrienddebbie.com).  She served as an editor for the ABA Solo Newsletter, and enjoys spending time with her family and motorcycling with her husband.

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