New CABA Secretary/Treasurer

Doron Samuel-Siegel was recently appointed the new Secretary/Treasurer for the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association.  The Charlottesville attorneys at Tucker Griffin Barnes are pleased to take active roles in professional associations at the local and state level.


A native of northern New Jersey, Ms. Samuel-Siegel came to Charlottesville in 1992 to attend the University of Virginia. After earning a B.A. in Government and Women’s Studies, she took up residence in the Charlottesville/Albemarle community and worked at the University for two years.

Ms. Samuel-Siegel went on to attend the University of Richmond School of Law were she was awarded a John Marshall Scholarship, U. of R.’s highest academic honor for an entering student. In 2001, Ms. Samuel-Siegel received a J.D., graduating magna cum laude. After graduation, she served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Harry L. Carrico, the then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia. Over the course of her two years in Justice Carrico’s chambers, Ms. Samuel-Siegel honed her lawyering skills under the direction of one of Virginia’s most respected judges.

Since joining Tucker Griffin Barnes in September 2003, Ms. Samuel-Siegel’s practice has included numerous areas of law, including real estate, contracts, bankruptcy, estate administration, and general civil litigation.

Her current areas of specialization include real estate transactions, such as for-sale-by-owner contracts, co-ownership agreements, easements, leases, and covenants and restriction, as well as real estate and general litigation, including breach of contract, trespass, fraud, warranties, and landlord/tenant. Combining the advocacy of a litigator with the perspective of a transactional attorney, Ms. Samuel-Siegel enjoys representing individuals, investors, association.



J.D. 2001, University of Richmond School of Law
Graduated Magna Cum Laude; Member of Law Review; Recognized for Pro Bono Service
B.A. 1996, University of Virginia
Echols Scholar; Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Recipient


2003 to Present, Attorney, Tucker Griffin Barnes P.C.
Spring 2010, Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law
2001 – 2003, Law Clerk to the Honorable Harry L. Carrico then Chief Justice of Virginia Supreme Court


Real Estate and Contract Transactions such as residential and commercials sales, purchases, and leases,
easements and rights of way, covenants and restrictions, subdivisions, shared ownership agreements,
subcontractor agreements, deeds pursuant to divorce, and deeds of gift.

Real Estate and Contract Litigation such as landlord-tenant disputes, breach of contract, breach of warranty,
contractor litigation, mechanics’ liens, fraud, and homeowners’ association matters.


Including the General District Courts and Circuit Courts of Albemarle, Augusta, Charlottesville, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Orange, Staunton, and Waynesboro


Member, Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar Association
Founding Member, Mentorship Committee of the Women’s Section of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar
Volunteer Attorney, University of Virginia Women’s Center
Volunteer Attorney, Central Virginia Legal Aid Society Housing Project
Volunteer Attorney, Legal Aid Justice Center Unemployment Insurance Project

Tucker Griffin Barnes P.C.
Charlottesville, Virginia


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