Bean, Kinney & Korman, PC
Bean, Kinney & Korman began as a modest group of young attorneys looking to build their professional practices near the local courthouse. Among them was David B. Kinney, who in 1959 joined with three other lawyers to start an enterprise that has grown and prospered for over 60 years to become one of the area’s leading law firms.
Along the way, a law student named James W. Korman was hired as a clerk and later as an associate attorney. A 1970’s merger brought L. Lee Bean to the firm, one of Northern Virginia’s premier attorneys and later president of the Virginia Bar Association. During these first two decades, the firm built a general law practice, representing individuals and businesses in real estate transactions, litigation, wills, divorces and corporate matters.
While it took almost 40 years to reach 20 lawyers, the firm has more than doubled in size in the years since. They continue to execute a strategy of meeting the dynamic legal needs of a wider client base by adding practice area capabilities in employment matters, construction law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial leasing, intellectual property and government contracting.
With an ongoing dedication to address the ever-changing business and personal environment of their clients, Bean, Kinney & Korman lawyers have been leaders in the community and take pride in their commitment of putting clients first. Their long-term client relationships with the people and organizations they represent has not only served them well as a law firm but is a matter of personal satisfaction for their attorneys and staff alike.
Bean, Kinney & Korman lawyers have been leaders in the community and take pride in their commitment of putting clients first.