Jeffrey N. Stedman


Richmond, VA Personal Injury Lawyer

Jeff Stedman Jeff joined Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana Buckner in June 2013, and became a full-time associate with the firm in June of 2014. His practice focuses primarily on professional malpractice, personal injury actions, and commercial disputes.

Jeff graduated from William & Mary Law School in May 2012 and was admitted to the Virginia Bar in October 2012. At William & Mary, Jeff received academic awards for excellence in legal research, analysis, and trial practice. He also served as Senior Articles Editor of the William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, which published his Note on climate change and public nuisance law.

Jeff’s research skills and the ability to gather evidence quickly and effectively makes him an incredible Richmond personal injury attorney and a strong part of Cantor Stoneburner Ford Grana & Buckner. Our methodical approach to every case, “leaving no stone unturned,” is founded on the skills that Jeff utilizes every day for the firm.

During law school, Jeff obtained valuable experience with a United States Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Richmond. Before law school, he earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of California, San Diego and taught courses on ethics, legal philosophy, and logic at several universities, including the University of Richmond. Jeff is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the Virginia Bar Association.

Contact Jeff:


  • Senior Articles Editor, William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 2011-12
  • Second Prize, Kaufman & Canoles Writing Competition (awarded for best memorandum in W&M’s first-year Legal Skills class)
  • Internship with The Honorable Dennis W. Dohnal, United States Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Richmond Division, Summer 2011

Professional Associations

  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Virginia State Bar


  • Climate Change and Public Nuisance Law: AEP v. Connecticut and Its Implications for State Common Law Actions, 36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 865 (2012)

Relentless Devotion. Proven Results.

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