Bradley Marshall Biography

Bradley Marshall

Gainesville Magisterial District

Bradley Marshall

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Bradley Marshall is an attorney at Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, P.C., in Manassas, where he leads the firm’s white collar and criminal defense section, is co-lead for their investigations section, and practices in the municipal law and civil litigation sections. Prior to that, Brad served as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Prince William County for over a decade, where he specialized in prosecuting criminal street gang cases, violent crimes, firearms offenses, and mental health-related cases. He is in his second term as President of the Prince William County Bar Foundation, is the Chairman of the Community Criminal Justice Board, and is past-President of the Prince William County Bar Association. Brad also serves on the Board of Trustees for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Children Intervention Services, as well as the Board of Regents of Leadership Prince William, and is a member of the Virginia State Bar Special Committee on Bench-Bar Relations and the State Bar’s renowned Professionalism Faculty.

Brad is also on the legal faculty at the PWC Public Safety Academy and has lectured at Northern Virginia Community College as well as George Mason University, and regularly teaches continuing legal education classes to attorneys on topics such as Constitutional Law, Mental Health Ethics, Specialty Dockets, and Immigration Law. Brad is heavily involved in criminal justice reform at the local and state level, serving on the Evidence-Based Decision Making Policy Committee, as a member of the local DIVERT Committee on the mentally ill in the criminal justice system, and helped establish and implement Prince William County's Mental Health Docket.

Brad received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his juris doctorate degree from Michigan State University. Brad is a graduate of Leadership Prince William, received the Potomac Local “Forty Under 40” Award in 2014, the County Executive Award for 2015, was in the inaugural class of Virginia’s “Up & Coming Lawyers” in 2016, and received the 2017 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award