Jerry M. Wright Jr.


201 Concourse Boulevard, Suite 101
Glen Allen, VA  23059
Telephone: 804-346-5400
Fax: 804-965-9919

[email protected]


Jerry M. Wright, Jr. is a principal in the firm’s Richmond (Glen Allen) office and joined the firm in 2003. His practice is devoted to community association law, providing counsel and advice to the firm’s clients on matters such as covenant enforcement, contracts, transition from developer, fair housing, collections, general real estate law, and client matters before Virginia’s Common Interest Community Board. Having come to the firm from the Supreme Court of Virginia, where he served the Court as Senior Staff Attorney, Jerry also provides counsel from an appellate perspective to the firm’s litigation clients.

Jerry is actively involved with the Central Virginia, Southeastern Virginia and Southwestern Virginia Chapters of the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”). Jerry has taught several classes on community association law, including seminars for the CAI National Conference, the Virginia Leadership Retreat, and all four CAI Chapters in the Commonwealth. Jerry serves as Chair  of CAI’s Virginia Legislative Action Committee, a cooperative joint effort among the four CAI Chapters in Virginia, coordinating CAI’s legislative efforts with the Virginia General Assembly. Jerry also sits on the Virginia Housing Commission’s Common Interest Community Work Group, Housing and Environmental Standards Work Group, and Neighborhood Transitions and Residential Land Use Work Group.

Focus areas in community association law

  • General counseling and representation
  • Covenant and rules enforcement
  • Transition from developer
  • Fair housing
  • Contract negotiations
  • Governing document interpretation and amendments


  • University of Richmond, Richmond, Va., T.C. Williams School of Law, J.D., 1991
    • Member, University of Richmond Law Review
    • Justice, T.C. Williams School of Law Honor Court
  • James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., B.B.A., 1986


  • 1991, Virginia Supreme Court
  • 1995, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
  • 2008, U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • 2011, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

Professional associations

  • Virginia State Bar, Real Estate Section
  • Bar Association of the City of Richmond, Real Estate Section
  • Central Virginia Chapter of Community Associations Institute, Director and Past President
  • Virginia Legislative Action Committee, CAI, Lobbyist
  • Virginia Housing Commission
    • Common Interest Community Work Group
    • Housing & Environmental Standards Work Group


  • SEVACAI Rising Star, 2016
  • CVCCAI President’s Award, 2013
  • CVCCAI Past President’s Award, 2010

Notable cases

  • Rolling Hill at Battlefield Green Community Ass’n v. Witherow, CL07000640-00 (Hanover Circuit Court, 2008)
  • Westgate at Williamsburg v. 752, LLC, 270 Va. 566 (Virginia Supreme Court, 2005)


  • “Practical Ways to Prevent and Mitigate Disruptive Behavior,” CAI National Webinar, 2011
  • “Getting Elvis to Leave the Building and Other Practical Ways to Restore Order,” CAI National Conference, 2010
  • “Va. CICB and Legislative Update,” CVCCAI Trade Show — 2009, 2010, 2011
  • “Virginia Legislative Update,” Virginia Leadership Retreat — 2009, 2010, 2011
  • “Legal Aspects of Community Associations — Collections and Foreclosures,” Virginia Statewide Neighborhood Conference, 2009
  • “Community Association Law,” Richmond Bar Association, CLE Course, 2008


  • “Selected Residential Real Estate Issues for the General Practitioner,” Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Journal, 2003

Career history

  • Senior Staff Attorney, Supreme Court of Virginia, 1997 – 2003
  • Law Office of Jerry M. Wright, Portsmouth, VA, 1993 – 1997
  • Law Clerk, Supreme Court of Virginia, 1991 – 1993
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