Lee McVey was born and raised in the Tri-Cities.  He graduated from Virginia High School and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.

After working at a Virginia Beach law firm for a year, he attended Regent University in Virginia Beach, where he served as Executive Editor of the Regent University Law Review and placed first in the school’s mock trial and negotiations competitions.  Lee also served as a graduate assistant for property law professor and author Wade Berryhill.  Lee received his juris doctor degree cum laude from Regent.

After graduating from Regent, Lee passed both the Virginia and Tennessee bars and is licensed to practice before the Virginia and Tennessee Supreme Courts as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.  He is also a certified agent with the Major League Baseball Players’ Association.

Since moving back to the Tri-Cities after law school, Lee’s focus has been on serving families and businesses in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.  

Lee lives in Kingsport with his wife Mary and their three children.