GreeneHurlocker Moves Law Office to Expanded Space in Richmond’s Willow Lawn Area

GreeneHurlocker is moving to larger office space in the Willow Law area of Richmond as of October 1, 2014, co-managing partner Brian Greene reported today.

The firm will operate from 1807 Libbie Avenue in Suite 102, expanding its office square footage by over 40%, accommodating growth in both lawyers and clients. The new location will have convenient free parking, multiple conference rooms, and expanded technology and infrastructure. It will also have its own entrance with a courtyard. The move will provide enhanced efficiencies and amenities for the firm’s clients and will place GreeneHurlocker near Willow Lawn, one of the Richmond area’s most vibrant and exciting developments with its increasing number of restaurants and shopping opportunities.

“This is the perfect time for us to relocate because our client base is growing, and we have brought in new lawyers to continue to serve our clients efficiently and effectively,” said co-managing partner Eric Hurlocker.

“Also, we are fortunate to have a variety of Virginia and mid-Atlantic clients in the energy and business sectors. Our new location will provide clients with easy access, and the increased square footage and enhanced technology will benefit our clients immensely,” he explained.

GreeneHurlocker’s lawyers practice primarily before regulatory commissions and courts in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., and throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

GreeneHurlocker, PLC, located in Richmond, Virginia, provides a broad range of energy law, transactional, administrative/regulatory law, litigation, and corporate services. Formed over two years ago, GreeneHurlocker is committed to delivering the highest quality legal services to its corporate, energy, utility and renewable energy industry clients in a professional, effective and cost-efficient manner. Contact the firm for more information at, and follow the firm on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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