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John Tarley, Jr.

John has practiced law in Williamsburg since 1992. He is the Managing Partner of Tarley Robinson, PLC, a Williamsburg law firm. The firm’s practice focuses on general business law and real estate law, including homeowner association law, commercial and residential real estate transactions, and land use.

John graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. and an MBA degree, then after working with the Central Intelligence Agency for several years, graduated from the William & Mary Law School.

Since 2001 John has taught as an adjunct faculty member at the William & Mary Law School and was honored with the Law School’s St. George Tucker Adjunct Professor Award for outstanding service.

John is a Fellow of the Virginia Law Foundation, an honor bestowed upon only one percent of Virginia lawyers, recognized for their integrity and character, and who are outstanding in their profession and in their communities.

John has served in many leadership positions with the Virginia State Bar, and currently serves as a faculty member and committee member for the Virginia State Bar’s Professionalism Committee. Additionally, John is an alumni mentor in Penn State’s College of Liberal Arts, and serves on the Penn State Outreach and Online Education Advisory Board.

John and his wife Susan met in college and have practiced law together since moving to Williamsburg.