LeTiequa H Wallace Legal Professional


LeTiequa Hayes Wallace, J.D.

137 Canterbury Rd Danville, VA 24541

PHONE: 434-709-5291– EMAIL: [email protected]



EDUCATION:                                      Liberty University School of Law

Lynchburg, VA

Juris Doctorate, 2017


Relevant Coursework

·         Lawyering Skills I-VI (Creating & drafting documents, client relations, etc.)

·         Advanced Legal writing

·         Professional Responsibility (Ethics)



Hampton University

Hampton, VA

B.A Political Science, Minor: Pre-law, 2011


Relevant Coursework

·         Computer Technology

·         Oral Communications

·         Employment Law


WORK EXPERIENCE:                      Hire Counsel, Morrisville, NC – UnitedLex Durham, NC

3/2018 – Present

eDiscovery Document Review Attorney

Duties, and Related Skills

Reviewing and analyzing documents for discovery in a large, complex employment, pharmaceutical, and business law related case using Relativity platform.

Analyzing complex legal documents including emails, contracts, spreadsheets and other financial documents.

Determining which issues apply to each document and coding the documents accordingly.

Reviewing and determining if the document is responsive to the issues in the case and determining if any type of attorney-client privilege applies.


Pittsylvania County Commonwealth Attorney Office, Chatham, VA
05/2015 – 12/2016

Legal Intern

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Tried cases in various courts; utilizing my third year practice certificate issued by the Virginia State Bar Association. I successfully oversaw and tried cases in traffic court, juvenile and domestic court, as well as a jury trial in circuit court.

Researched civil and criminal legal issues for prosecutorial purposes. Conducted legal research on various systems such as Mycase, LexisNexis, Westlaw and local court databases to be used to write briefs, memorandums and used to argue cases in court.

Conducted discovery and analyzed problems that may arise in the course of prosecution. Compiled relevant data and case law needed to win cases.

Met with victims and their families alongside the senior attorney to gather information needed for prosecution. Assisted the victim witness coordinator in preparing victims to successfully testify at trial.

Ferguson Enterprise HQ, Newport News, VA
10/2013 – 07/2014

Inside Sales Associate

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Lead and managed the inside sales team for the North-East Region of the company.

Processed and filled sales orders by phone or by online databases.

Maintained the integrity of customer information, including but not limited to: credit card numbers, addresses and other personal information.

Coordinated and managed delivery of items to residential customers and businesses.

Resolved controversial problems or concerns from customers regarding shipments and quality of items.


Thomas Jefferson National Lab, Hampton, VA
02/2013 – 08/2013

Executive Administrative Assistant

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Efficiently and accurately completed administrative office task; this included calendar management, ordering office supplies, making copies and distributing weekly literature.

Scheduled meetings for the human resource manager, the Chief Financial Officer, as well as the in house counsel.

Served as the liaison between company executives and lower level employees; routinely filtered calls and emails for senior employees and executives.

Coordinated travel and created itineraries for executive employees as well as high profile visitors.

Provided a full scope compliment to the human resource manager and HR support staff. This included taking notes at meetings, delivering documents for signatures, submitting time off and processing leave request.

Assisted with the open enrollment period for benefits. Notified employees when it was time to update benefits by sending emails and literature to their offices and emails.

Ensured that the changes were processed timely to comply with federal regulations and implemented the changes successfully into the pay and deductions system.

Contract management; which included ensuring that the Jefferson Lab Federal Contract with the United States Department of Energy was routinely updated and accurate. Reviewed the contract weekly to align with budget updates and allocations.

Worked alongside the chief financial officer to ensure the budget changes were recorded and accurate. Assisted with the review and modification of over 200 employee and research personnel contracts.

Identified, analyzed, and implemented changes to the structure of processing J1 Visa Employees and the hiring of domestic employees. Ensured that J-1 Visas were not expired and routinely checked to ensure all employees and researches where in compliance with federal law.


Norfolk Department of Human Services, Norfolk, VA
2/2013 – 8/2013

Human Service Aide

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Gained practical and critical experience in the field of human services, daily interfacing with clients, supervisors, and regional leaders as well as their support teams to meet the needs of the community.

Participated in the development of myriad client eligibility for state wide energy assistance program.

Served as the liaison between clients, state, and local vendors for emergency assistance.

Communicated effectively orally and in writing to clients and supervisors on client eligibility for benefits.

Processed confidential client information using, SPIDER, ADAPT, SVES, & UNYSIS systems, to determine and award client benefits.


Portsmouth Public Schools, Portsmouth, VA
09/2011 – 05/2013

Substitute Teacher

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Instructor at multiple grade levels at diverse Portsmouth City schools.

Served as a Long Term Civics & Economics Teacher at I.C. Norcom High School, 9th grade.

In this role I assessed students individual learning needs and implemented the course instructions and work provided by teachers.

As a long term substitute I created lesson plans and engaged students with the text and lead meaningful discussions on the material.

Maintained control over the classroom to facilitate a healthy learning environment.

I communicated successfully orally and in writing with parents, caregivers, administration, and social service agencies to monitor the progress of students to help ensure they overcome obstacles and achieved personal goals.

Hampton University, Hampton VA


Departmental Assistant

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Worked as the departmental assistant for the Physics department, and Chair for work study. Greeted individuals entering establishment, determined nature and purpose of visit, and directed them to specific destinations.

Assisted with scheduling appointments, and maintaining and updating appointment calendars of professors as well as the dean of the physics department.

Operated telephones to answer, screen and forward calls, providing information, taking messages and scheduling appointments.

Researched, processed, prepared and drafted memo’s for meetings, correspondence, travel vouchers, or other documents as needed.

Routed documents to various departments within the university.

Entered student information into excel-and access driven computer system. Submitted monthly pay reports for fellow work study students.

Performed administrative support tasks such as proofreading, transcribing handwritten information, filed and maintained records, ordered office supplies, and routed mail to mailboxes.

Optimized virtual visibility of the department through creative imagery, and updating/displaying events and calendars.




Excellent oral communication skills, track record of inspiring and motivating others.

Keyboard Skills: 62WPM

Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint) and online software.

Strong problem solving skills. Proven success in mediation and Trial Advocacy.

Effective leadership and multitasking skills. (Successfully oversaw the operations and training for online sales associates)



Deans Scholarship Recipient (2014-2017)

Virginia Law Foundation Grant Recipient (2015)

Old Dominion Bar Association Scholarship Winner (2016)

Third Year Practice Certificate (2016)