Lance D. Greene, Esq. currently serves as an Associate at Saxton & Stump Lawyers and Consultants. He focuses his practice on counseling and representing businesses and individuals facing civil and criminal investigations. He also handles a range of commercial litigation matters and represents physicians and hospitals on healthcare litigation matters.
Lance Greene received his law degree in 2013 from Suffolk University Law School located in Boston, MA, where he graduated with distinction in Trial and Appellate Advocacy. He was also honored with the Distinguished Oral Advocate Award during his first year at Suffolk University Law School. During his law school tenure, he actively participated in the Student Bar Association and served as the President of the Black Law Students Association during his final year. He earned his undergraduate degree in 2009 from Temple University where he majored in Political Science with a History minor.
Greene served as the Chief Deputy Clerk for the Roanoke City Circuit Court from 2014 until 2017, where he supervised assistant court clerks and acted as a liaison between the Circuit Court Clerk and the Circuit Court Judicial Staff as well as the Office of the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia. He was also responsible for the training of new staff and oversaw the implementation of an electronic filing system within the Roanoke City Circuit Court.
Lance is a former assistant district attorney (ADA) in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office, where he served as a supervisor and lead prosecutor in the Juvenile Court Division. He worked closely with law enforcement and the Office of Juvenile Probation and handled all aspects of Juvenile prosecution in Lancaster where he oversaw the entirety of the unit and he successfully tried numerous juvenile hearings. He also handled adult prosecutions and successfully tried numerous jury trials, bench trials, and suppression hearings. He also oversaw the Youth Aid Panel which is the diversion program run by the District Attorney’s office for Juveniles.
Mr. Greene is actively involved in the community in Lancaster. He was a Leadership Lancaster Core Class graduate for 2021 and currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the Lancaster Bar Association where he is the chair of the Young Lawyers Division. He also spends time during the spring and summer as an umpire for little league baseball with the Lancaster County Youth Baseball League.