Jerry M. Wright, Jr. is an attorney in the firm's Richmond (Glen Allen) office and was named a principal of the firm in 2015. His practice is devoted to community association law, providing counsel and advice to the firm's clients on matters such as covenant enforcement, contracts, transition from developer, fair housing, collections, general real estate law and client matters before Virginia's Common Interest Community Board. Having come to the firm from the Supreme Court of Virginia, where he served the Court for six years as Senior Staff Attorney, Jerry also provides counsel from an appellate perspective to the firm's litigation clients. 

Jerry is actively involved with the Central Virginia Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CVCCAI). He was elected to the CVCCAI's Board of Directors in 2007, and served as its President in 2009 and 2010. Jerry has taught several classes on community association law, including seminars for the CAI National Conference and the CVCCAI, and the Virginia Legislative Coalition, now CAI's VALAC, a cooperative joint effort between three CAI Chapters in Virginia, coordinating the CAI's legislative efforts with the Virginia General Assembly throughout the year. He was awarded the CVCCAI President's Award in 2013.

Jerry also sits on the Virginia Housing Commission's Common Interest Community Work Group and Housing and Environmental Standards Work Group. These Work Groups assist the Virginia Housing Commission with studying and providing recommendations to the Virginia General Assembly relating to housing in the Commonwealth of Virginia, including common interest community, safety and environmental matters.