Emily Beckman is an experienced trial attorney with King, Campbell, & Poretz, PLLC, in Alexandria, Virginia, where she defends clients facing a wide range of criminal charges in Virginia and Maryland. In her eight years as a trial attorney with the Alexandria, Virginia, Office of the Public Defender, Ms. Beckman represented hundreds of immigrants facing a variety of criminal charges – from DUI and driving without a license to robbery and other serious felony charges. Before joining King, Campbell & Poretz, Ms. Beckman worked for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender in Montgomery County, Maryland. Ms. Beckman was a member of the Maryland OPD Immigration Team, and worked closely with Maryland OPD’s in-house immigration attorney to ensure her immigrant clients received competent advice on the immigration consequences of their pending charges. Ms. Beckman is experienced at immigration-conscious plea bargaining and familiar with the practices of Northern Virginia state courts.
Ms. Beckman earned her juris doctorate from Yale Law School where she was a Senior Editor of the Yale Law Journal and clerked for Hon. Leonie M. Brinkema of the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.