Willcox Savage names new managing partner
Thomas C. Inglima to succeed longtime predecessor Robert L. Dewey
Thomas C. Inglima, a longtime attorney at Willcox Savage PC in Norfolk, has been named managing partner effective July 1, the law firm announced Thursday.
Inglima, who joined Willcox Savage more than 25 years ago and has been a partner since 1999, succeeds Robert L. Dewey, the firm’s managing partner for more than 20 years. Dewey is stepping down as managing partner but will be active in the firm and serve as a senior partner in its commercial real estate practice.
Inglima has been a member of the firm’s management committee for two decades and served as chair of its compensation committee, as well as chairing the firm’s corporate, securities and finance practice group. He has a bachelor’s degree from Duke University and his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
“Rob has been a tremendous role model — his conscientious and fair leadership style has helped the firm thrive and continue to attract and retain an outstanding and diverse group of attorneys and staff,” Inglima said of Dewey in a statement. “People make the difference, and his efforts have prepared the firm well for the next 20 years.”
With 60 practicing attorneys in Virginia, Willcox Savage is one of the state’s top 10 largest law firms.