Genevieve K. Dybing

Of Counsel

Gen is a member of the firm’s Corporate, Health Care, and Real Estate & Finance practice groups.

She represents businesses in all aspects of their commercial activities, including formation, raising capital, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, real estate transactions and day-to-day business advice.

Gen's clients include banks, manufacturing and service companies of all sizes, and a wide variety of physician and other professional practices.

Gen has spoken at many events including seminars on Real Estate Purchase and Sale Transactions, Negotiation Strategies for Women Physicians, and ways to avoid Professional Liability in Telemedicine.

Gen served as President of Commercial Real Estate Women-Richmond, a multi-specialty network of women real estate professionals, in 2005. She has also been a member of the Steering Committee of Go Read, a community-wide initiative to connect people in the metropolitan Richmond region through reading and discussion. A graduate of the Metro Richmond Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Metro Richmond program (Class of 1990), Gen also served as President of the Metropolitan Richmond Women's Bar Association (1992-93) and has chaired both the Committee on Area Bar Associations and the Public Service Committee of the Richmond Bar Association.

In law school, she was the Research Editor of the Notre Dame Lawyer (since renamed Notre Dame Law Review). 

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Metropolitan Richmond Women’s Bar Assocation
  • Commercial Real Estate Women-Richmond (CREW)
Practice Areas
Contact Information

1111 East Main Street
Suite 1500
P.O. Box 796
Richmond, Virginia 23218-0796

call (804) 775-3804

fax (804) 775-7214

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Education
  • University of Illinois, B.A. - with Distinction in English, 1976
  • Notre Dame Law School, J.D., 1979
Admissions
  • American Bar Association - Business Section
  • American Bar Association - Health Law Section
  • Richmond Bar Association


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