Community Service


Appreciating its obligation to give back to the community, Abrams Landau is an active member in community service events and non-profit organizations. Please contact us for more information about our community involvement or with more general legal questions.

Trial Lawyers for Public Justice – national public interest law firm

Member Washington D. C. office’s first Law Clerk, 1982, member thereafter

National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives

Member and case referral panel attorney

Supreme Court of Virginia

Circuit Judge training, 2002- present

ATLA Student Trial Advocacy Competition


Herndon attorneys’ luncheons

Host with Injured Workers Pharmacy

Workplace Injury Litigation Group


Virginia Poverty Law Center

Faculty member, trial training program

CIWC of Virginia – a citizens’ group dedicated to workers compensation reform


Halloween celebration for special needs patients at Children’s Hospital

“Trick or Suite” host, Herndon, VA

Oakton High School, Fairfax, VA; The Madeira School, McLean, VA

Science Fair Judge, 2001-present

Fairfax County and Alexandria Bar Associations

Speaker at numerous Fairfax County Public Schools, including: Hammond, Herndon and Rachel Carson Middle Schools; Robinson, Herndon and George Mason High Schools; and, Navy Elementary School.

Rachel Carson Middle School

Career Day/Court Tours Representative to courts in Alexandria, Fairfax and Tappahannock, 1997- present

The Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT

Alumni Board of Governors, liaison for Georgia and DC, 1997- present

University of Miami School of Law

ATLA Environmental Law Essay contest winner, 1983, 1984
Law Day Speaker, Miami, Florida 1983, 1984

Chantilly Youth Soccer

Coach, 1991-present

Level “E” Coaching license