The Brewington Law Firm, PLLC's mission is to provide our clients with professional representation with a commitment to quality and results. We will treat every client like they are our only client, giving counsel and communication that meets each particular client's needs.
Our vision is to be the premier, results-oriented provider of legal services in the world.
The Brewington Law Firm, PLLC was founded in 2009. Since 2009, our plan has been to be a client-focused organization. Our plan is to be the undeniable choice for clients that research for legal services, whether brick and mortar or virtual law office.
We believe the practice of law is a customer service business, where every client receives best-in-class client service which includes: thoughtful counsel, zealous advocacy, vigorous defense, detail-oriented planning, strong legal knowledge, integrity and problem resolution. Every client will be kept informed about their case, and phone calls are promptly returned.
Our approach is to talk to our clients to better understand their goals, complete thorough legal and business research & analysis to ensure the most up-to-date information regarding our clients' issues, and then give solid counsel on the most beneficial way to achieve those goals. Once our clients' goals are defined and agreed upon, we then will vigorously defend or pursue our clients' interests.
We believe the practice of law is evolving, and to provide the best value to clients, a law firm must embrace technology and changes in the legal profession. Technology has significantly changed the legal landscape, which is why we believe in embracing new technologies to further help our clients. Most importantly, we understand leveraging technology will ultimately be the method to continue offering cost-efficient services.
Finally, we truly believe in the importance of providing service to community organizations – charitable & nonprofit – through pro bono representation. Law is a service profession, and to carry through with the total commitment to the community in which an attorney works, we believe the attorney must be involved in the community. We think service to the community gives attorneys the opportunity to help charitable passions outside of the legal profession and an understanding of community issues. Further, it is important to give the public access to attorneys.
Barry L. Brewington, JD, MBA