About Eppa Hunton VI
Eppa’s roots run deep in Richmond. After 13 years at St. Christopher’s School in Richmond’s West End, Eppa attended Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, graduating in 2003 with a BA in European History. Following 3 years at Bank of America, he first attended the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama before transferring to the University of Richmond School of Law receiving his Juris Doctor degree in 2011.
In the summer of 2013, Eppa teamed up with Barbara Picard to create the Richmond Legal Development Center, Virginia’s first Legal Incubator, & launched his own practice. Eppa’s practice focuses helping entrepreneurs like himself transform their ideas into reality.
A firm believer in community service, Eppa currently serves on the Board of the Historic Byrd Theatre Foundation, the Advisory Council for the Legal Aid Justice Center, & President Emeritus of The Tredegar Society, a young professionals organization that promotes The American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar.
University of Richmond School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2011
Washington & Lee University
B.A., European History, 2004
Activities & Affiliations
• Historic Byrd Theatre Foundation, Board Member
• Legal Aid Justice Center, member Richmond Advisory Council
• President Emeritus, The Tredegar Society
• State of Virginia