Charlene A. Morring


Charlene Morring was crowned Kaufman Scholar of Old Dominion University in 1998 where she received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. She then went on to the University of Richmond as an E.W. Hudgin’s Scholar. A community advocate, Charlene works closely with area Union workers in representing them in various legal matters. Barred in Virginia and North Carolina, Charlene’s area of practice include Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation, Virginia Workers’ Compensation, North Carolina Workers’ Compensation, North Carolina Personal Injury and Social Security Disability claims. As a philanthropist, Charlene proudly serves on the Board of Directors for ForKids and Young Life Multicultural; both organizations serve the underprivileged community in the Hampton Roads area.

Areas Of Practice:

Longshore and Workers’ Compensation
Virginia Workers’ Compensation
North Carolina Workers’ Compensation
North Carolina Personal Injury Law
Social Security Disability

Bar Admissions:

Commonwealth of Virginia, 2002
United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2002
United States Eastern District Court, 2002
North Carolina, 2009
United States Supreme Court, 2009


University of Richmond, The T.C. Williams School of Law, Richmond, Virginia, 2001
Honors: With Distinction
Honors: E.W. Hudgins Scholar
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, 1998, B.S.
Honors: Kaufman Scholar
Major: Political Science


North Carolina Bar Association
Norfolk & Portsmouth Bar Association
Southampton Roads Bar Association