- Fairfax Bar Association
- Northern Virginia Women Attorneys Association
- Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.,
- George Mason University School of Law Trial Advocacy Association Coach
- George Mason University School of Law Trial Advocacy Intramural Competition Judge
- George Mason University School of Law Trial Advocacy Competition Judge
- 2012 Outstanding Advocate, South Texas Trial Advocacy Competition
- 2010 Semi-Finalist, Trial Advocacy Intramural Competition
- 2010 Octo-Finalist, First Year Moot Court Competition
- University of Evansville, Bachelor of Science in Economics and Legal Studies, magna cum laude
- George Mason University School of Law, J.D., Litigation Concentration
Leslee M. Soudrette is an associate attorney at Perry Charnoff PLLC. She is a successful trial lawyer practicing law in a wide range of civil litigation, including personal injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.
Prior to joining Perry Charnoff PLLC, Ms. Soudrette spent three years at a national firm in Washington, D.C., where she worked on complex medical malpractice and personal injury litigation, helping injured plaintiffs achieve settlements and verdicts. Before that, Ms. Soudrette interned at a prominent medical malpractice defense firm in Fairfax, Virginia, where she gained specialized knowledge of defense attorney techniques.
Originally from the Midwest, Ms. Soudrette earned her law degree from George Mason University School of Law in 2012 with a concentration in litigation. While in law school, Ms. Soudrette served as a vice president of the Trial Advocacy Association, managing the organization’s school-hosted competitions as well as actively competing in them. As a competitor, Ms. Soudrette achieved distinctions in numerous national and intramural mock trial competitions, earning an individual Outstanding Advocate Award at the South Texas Trial Advocacy Competition in 2012 — the only individual award for the Trial Advocacy Association that year.
Today, Ms. Soudrette continues to serve as a judge for several local trial advocacy competitions and served as a coach for George Mason University School of Law’s Trial Advocacy Association team in the fall of 2014, where one of her students earned an individual award for his performance.
Ms. Soudrette earned her Bachelor of Science degree magna cum laude from the University of Evansville in Indiana, where she double-majored in economics and legal studies and also completed minors in business administration and sociology. At the end of her undergraduate career, she served as an intern in Washington, D.C., on the Senate Finance Committee, contributing work on health care reform legislation.
Ms. Soudrette is a member of the Fairfax Bar Association, the Northern Virginia Women Attorneys Association, and the Virginia State Bar. She is also a member of the George Mason University School of Law Alumni Association.