Attorney at August McCarthy, LLC
About August McCarthy
A criminal and civil litigation attorney in Warrenton, Virginia, August McCarthy has ample experience in both federal court and Virginia appellate courts. At the local level, he represents clients in a full range of criminal cases, as well as civil cases and administrative law cases. Interested in finding cost-effective solutions for each client, August McCarthy frequently represents clients pro bono, particularly those whose lives have been adversely affected by domestic violence.
August McCarthy attended the University of Virginia, from which he graduated with a bachelor of arts in philosophy. Subsequently, he pursued a master of fine arts from Goddard College and a juris doctor from George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia.
A versatile individual, McCarthy taught undergraduate creative writing classes at George Mason from 1997 to 2007. He also won first prize in a creative writing competition while in law school and published “The Lost Futures of Lead-Poisoned Children: Race-Based Damage Awards and the Limits of Constitutionality” in the school’s Civil Rights Law Journal.