Bridget Rudolphi

Director of Business Development

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T (703) 590-1234 | F (703) 590-0366
1751 Pinnacle Drive, Suite 1000 Tysons, VA 22102

Bridget Rudolphi is the Director of Business Development at FH+H.  Her management experience in the luxury segment of the hospitality industry for over a decade has crossed over into her current role, where she is responsible for developing and implementing the firm’s business development and client service initiatives.

She integrates business development with advising clients on their legal matters in her multifaceted role. On the business side, she is committed to helping our clients develop strategies to cultivate their businesses; and on the legal side, she supports clients through contract drafting, employment disputes, complex litigation, and various other matters alongside FH+H partners.

Mrs. Rudolphi assists partners in a wide variety of practice areas including corporate litigation and investigations, intellectual property, corporate and business transactions, trust and estates, and employment law matters. She provides extensive support through drafting, attending client meetings, and preparing for depositions, mediations, and trials.

Mrs. Rudolphi attended the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate with a litigation concentration. While attending Columbus School of Law, Mrs. Rudolphi was honored with the First Lap Award, which recognizes a law student’s dedicated service to the school community during their first year of study. In addition, she was awarded Pro Bono High Honors at graduation for her commitment to pro bono service throughout her law school career.

Mrs. Rudolphi also practiced as a Certified Student Attorney for both the Innocence Project and Clemency Project in Washington, D.C. There, she represented clients seeking post-conviction case investigations in hopes of proving their innocence and overturning their convictions. Mrs. Rudolphi authored a petition for commutation of a client’s sentence, which climbed all the way to President Barack Obama for final executive review.

  • Vice Chancellor of the Moot Court Association at Columbus School of Law
  • Member of the Students for Public Interest Law and Criminal Law Society at Columbus School of Law
  • Member of American Bar Association's Labor & Employment sections 
  • Practiced as a Certified Student Attorney for both the Innocence Project and Clemency Project in Washington, D.C.
  • B.A. in Political Science, College of Charleston
  • J.D., Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America