Lorrie A. Sinclair, Esquire was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She came to Virginia in 1989 after accepting a track scholarship from George Mason University. Lorrie graduated from George Mason in 1993 with a BA in Government and Politics and headed to Williamsburg, Virginia to attend law school. Lorrie received her JD from the College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1996. While at Marshall-Wythe, she was active in various activities including: The Moot Court Team, The National Trial Team, I’Anson-Hoffman American Inn of Court, the Faculty Hiring Committee, National Black Law Student’s Association, and she and Daryl S. Taylor were the co-recipients of the 1996 Thurgood Marshall Award for Distinguished Public Service.
After passing the Virginia State Bar in October of 1996, Lorrie began working for the Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ Services Council in Williamsburg as a research assistant under the tutelage of the Honorable Walter S. Felton, Jr. She served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Virginia Beach under the leadership of the Honorable Robert J. Humphreys. Upon relocating to Northern Virginia, Lorrie worked briefly in private practice before working as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Loudoun County. Most recently, Lorrie worked as the Legal Instructor at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy in Ashburn, Virginia, where she provided legal instruction for all of the police and deputy sheriff recruits from sixteen (16) member law enforcement agencies in Northern Virginia.
Lorrie’s practice focuses primarily on civil litigation, criminal and traffic defense, and estate planning. Lorrie is a member of the Loudoun County Bar Association, is a Barrister in the George Mason American Inn of Court, a member of the Northern Virginia Black Attorneys Association, and a Life Member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
Lorrie is married, and has two sons.