After spending most of his career as an in-house corporate lawyer, Bob Warwick came to ThompsonMcMullan in the early 2000s. Bob’s private practice focuses on federal, state, and local tax issues, including generating and implementing strategies to realize available tax benefits and eliminate or minimize adverse tax consequences.
Bob has also represented clients in cases of disputed income, sales and use and other taxes.
He officially retired at the end of 2014 but regularly consults with the firm, providing tax advice and counsel to our attorneys and clients.
In retirement, Bob spends his time as both a student and instructor in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Richmond. He also delivers meals for Meals on Wheels. Previously he served on the boards of the Community Tax Law Project, which provides tax assistance and legal representation to low income individuals, of Goochland CASA, which administers the court appointed special advocate program in Goochland County, and the Friends of the Goochland Branch Library. Bob also spent several years driving an ambulance for his local volunteer fire-rescue company.
- Cornell Law School, with distinction, Board of Editors, J.D., Cornell Law Review, Order of the Coif
- Cornell, MBA
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- Virginia State Bar
- Richmond Bar Association, Corporate Counsel Section
- Partners for Human Advocacy and Services Enrichment, Inc. – an organization administering the court appointed special advocate (CASA) program in Goochland County
- Board member, Community Tax Law Project, an organization providing pro bonoassistance to low income taxpayers