Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., College of William & Mary; M.A., University of Virginia; J.D., College of William & Mary
The Honorable Robert W. Wooldridge Jr. is a Distinguished Adjunct Professor at the law school. He is a graduate of The College of William & Mary, where he also earned his law degree at its Marshall-Wythe School of Law.
From 1992 until his retirement from the bench in summer 2008, Judge Wooldridge served as a judge in Virginia's 19th Judicial Circuit.
In addition to his time in the courtroom and his teaching duties at Mason Law, Judge Wooldridge has been a Professional Associate and member of the Board of Directors of the Graduate School of Forensic Psychology at Marymount University, serving also as a mentor to graduate students taking a Field Experience class.
Judge Wooldridge's dedication to the legal profession extends to his service to the bar associations at both state and local levels. He was formerly president of the Fairfax Bar Association, a member of the Bar Council of the Virginia State Bar, and a faculty member of the Virginia State Bar Professionalism Course. Judge Wooldridge teaches courses in Virginia Practice, Evidence, and related fields.