B. Clay Chick
Clay Chick, Esq. was born and raised in the Hampton Roads region of Southeastern Virginia. After enlisting in the Navy Reserves, he attended Old Dominion University (ODU) in Norfolk, Virginia. While at ODU, Clay taught sailing at the Norfolk Naval Station and worked as a boat builder for Hines-Farley Yachts in Suffolk, Virginia.
After obtaining his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in literature from ODU in 2003, Clay next completed a graduate business program at Harvard University in 2004, obtaining a graduate certificate in business management. In 2007, Clay graduated from law school at the Shepard Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University located in Florida. During and just after law school, he worked for a law firm in Beijing, where he participated in over a billion dollars’ worth of international transactions.
Upon returning to Virginia in 2008, Clay has practiced in various fields of law, including insurance defense, civil litigation, construction, landlord-tenant, domestic, bankruptcy, personal injury, and Workers’ Compensation. During Clay’s tenure as an attorney, he has participated in over three billion dollars’ worth of litigation.
Clay has been on various non-profit boards for the arts and preschool education. He supports ODU athletics, junior sailing, and any and all endeavors requested by his family. Clay currently resides in Virginia Beach with his wife, two children, and two mischievous dogs. He and his family are very active on the water in and around the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean.
- Broad College of Law at Nova Southeastern University, JD (2007)
- Harvard University, (2004)
- Old Dominion University, BA & MA (2003)