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Michele B. Thompson has worked in law firms, large and small, for over 35 years. Michele’s first job was at a law firm then known as “Cohen, Dunn & Sinclair” during high school as part of The Cooperative Education (Co-Op) Program at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia.

Upon graduation, she stayed with that firm for 15 years. Over time her responsibilities grew from office assistance to legal secretary for two of the attorneys. Her experience on the frontline tapped into one of Michele’s passions – taking care of and encouraging others. She excels in client relations, from taking their first calls to the law firm to following up with them while their cases are in the office. Her reassuring and honest manner helps clients get through what can be a devastating experience. The majority of her legal career has been working with Curcio Law, assisting in matters related to personal injury litigation. And in 2015, Michele obtained her paralegal certification from George Mason University.

Michele was born and raised in the City of Alexandria to a family with deep roots in the city. She is the youngest of eleven children, loves her family, nature, stage plays, and traveling. She is the proud mother of two – Melinda and Anthony.

Throughout Michele’s life, she has spent time visiting those who suffer from mental, physical, or spiritual illnesses. Michele’s visitation may be in a hospital, a mental institution, or a nursing home. Her work as an authorized representative for an individual who suffers from mental health illness keeps Michele mindful of the importance of one’s care. Her passion has always been with the elderly.