A Community-Oriented Law Firm
Our purpose is to help people – our clients, as well as others in the communities where we live and work. Since 2000, Weiner, Spivey & Miller in Fairfax has served hundreds of individuals and families by providing the compassionate and expert legal services needed to ensure that they receive the maximum compensation for their injuries and losses. We help our clients move on with their lives.
Our commitment to the communities where we live and serve across Virginia and the DMV runs deep. Members of our team are deeply involved with community service and faith-based organizations in their neighborhoods. Our firm is involved with numerous public service and fundraising events, including Law Day and Jazz4Justice.
Annual Law Day Weiner Roast
President Dwight D. Eisenhower designated May 1 as Law Day – a celebration of the importance of the “rule of law” in the U.S. Since 2001, Weiner, Spivey & Miller has hosted the Annual Law Day Weiner Roast to raise funds for the pro bono programs of the Fairfax Law Foundation. These programs support the Foundation’s motto of “Equal Justice For All” and include Wills on Wheels (low/no cost services to the elderly); Court Tours (where 8th graders learn about the legal system and sit through a trial); and the Public Law Library (which is open to the public).
More than 750 attorneys, judges and community members from across Virginia and the D.C. metro area gather at our offices to celebrate our democracy over hot dogs, root beer floats and popcorn. Other highlights include the Presentation of the Colors by an American Legion Honor Guard, escorted by colonial fife and drum; live music by the 20-piece George Mason University Jazz Ensemble; performances from the award-winning Boyle School of Irish Dance; and an old-fashioned shoeshine stand. Our Annual Law Day Weiner Roast has received awards from both the Virginia State Bar and the American Bar Association.
Jazz4Justice® was founded by Ed Weiner to build partnerships between university jazz programs and local Legal Aid organizations to raise money for scholarships and legal services for low-income residents in the area. Since 2001, Jazz4Justice has helped coordinate more than 50 Annual Jazz4Justice Concerts at universities across Virginia, including: George Mason, Christopher Newport, James Madison, Mary Washington, UVA, Shenandoah, and Northern Virginia Community College. The concerts, which showcase university student jazz ensembles, have raised over $500,000 for their local communities.