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David Scott Dildy was born and raised in a small town outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. He earned a B.A. in History from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he was inducted into Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society for distinguished historians.
David and his family moved to Virginia so that he could attend graduate school at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg on an academic scholarship.
While studying there, David served as an editorial apprentice at the Omuhundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, which publishes the world’s foremost journal of colonial American History, The William & Mary Quarterly.
David concluded his studies at William & Mary when he earned an M.A. in American History. David often gives historical tours of Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown to friends and groups.
After teaching high school for three years, David returned to school at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, again on an academic scholarship. There, he participated in the Law School’s International Law and Human Rights study program in Strasbourg, France. After teaching David in the Strasbourg After teaching high school for three years, David returned to school at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, again on an academic scholarship. There, he participated in the Law School’s International Law and Human Rights study program in Strasbourg, France. After teaching David in the Strasbourg
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Before joining Robert E. Long & Associates, Ltd., David participated in many types of complex litigation in both state and federal courts. These cases involved contracts disputes, Constitutional civil rights claims, personal injury, and labor law.
Since joining Robert E. Long & Associates, Ltd. in January of 2007, David’s primary practice areas include family law, criminal and traffic defense, estate planning, and business law. David is a certified Guardian ad Litem and has extensive experience representing adults and children in custody disputes.
In 2013, David was invited to become a member of the I’Anson-Hoffman American Inn of Court, an organization devoted to enhancing civility and cooperation among attorneys and judges.
David then moved to Chesapeake, Virginia and became a Social Studies teacher at Oscar F. Smith High School. He taught Advanced Placement American History, Honors American History, American History, World Geography, and Government. David enjoyed the unusual distinction of being named Teacher of the Month for his first month of teaching (his AP U.S. History class stuffed the ballot box). David still enjoys keeping in touch with many of his former students.
Since becoming an attorney, David has continued to be active in the classroom, teaching undergraduate courses in U.S. History and Criminal Law and Drafting Contracts in law school.