Tracy Taylor Hague Included in 'Influential Women of Law' for 2021

Firm News

Vandeventer Black attorney, Tracy Taylor Hague, was selected as a member of the "Influential Women of Law" Class of 2021. Virginia Lawyers Weekly awards this recognition in collaboration with statewide bar groups to recognize women within the legal field for their work and dedication to the profession and their communities.

"There are many talented, dedicated women lawyers throughout the state doing great things each and every day. I am both humbled and honored to receive this recognition," said Hague.

Hague, an AV-Preeminent® rated attorney, has been previously recognized by Virginia Lawyers Weekly in their lists of "Top 5 Defense Verdicts" and "Million Dollar Defense Verdicts." She is also a Virginia Business "Legal Elite" in Health Law.

Tracy is a trial attorney who focuses her practice on the defense of professionals, including attorneys, realtors, insurance agents and brokers, physicians, psychologists, dentists, nurses, and various Health Law facilities such as hospitals and large academic medical centers. During her career, Tracy has lectured to various groups, including physicians, nurses, risk managers, hospital administrators, and attorneys on a variety of topics, including litigation trends, expert witnesses, charting, record-keeping, full disclosure, discovery, and periodic changes in laws affecting Health Law providers throughout Virginia.

She currently serves as the Chair of the Professional Liability Section of the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys.


Related Services

Jump to Page