Elderidge joined Jackson & Campbell in 2016 and is an associate in the Insurance Coverage Practice Group.
Prior to joining Jackson & Campbell, Elderidge practiced civil litigation and workers’ compensation in Wilmington, Delaware where he focused his practice on the defense of employers and insurance carriers in workers' compensation and personal injury matters. He has successfully first-chaired a bench trial and administrative hearings. His litigation experience also includes drafting/filing motions and briefs, taking and defending depositions, and arguing motions in court.
Elderidge graduated from Duke University with a bachelor's degree in Public Policy in 2010. In 2013, he received his juris doctor from William and Mary School of Law, where he was a staff member of the William & Mary Law Review. During law school, Elderidge was selected by the law school to submit an amicus brief in El-Amin v. Commonwealth to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia concerning a constitutional challenge to Virginia’s felon disenfranchisement.