Born in Santa Monica, California, and raised in northern Virginia, Mark Paullin has 30 years of civil and criminal litigation experience. He is licensed to practice law in both Virginia and Washington, DC.
Mark Paullin is a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Virginia whose focus includes transportation law. He has over 15 years expertise in litigating tractor-trailer accidents. He also concentrates on civil litigation, corporate debt collection, judgment enforcement, mechanic’s liens, and criminal matters, as well as a concentration in insurance matters and construction claims. Mark was a participant as Trial Counsel in the Virginia Supreme Court 2009 and 2010 PreBench Orientation Program, in which recently appointed judges are trained and critiqued.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and tennis, hunting, fishing and playing the trumpet. Mark Paullin enjoys traveling to South Dakota, where his parents were raised, to join with his father and son, brother, cousins and friends each year for an annual pheasant hunt.
Mark Paullin is married with two children. His daughter is a graduate of University of Virginia and received her Master of Education degree from Harvard University, in May of 2013. His son attends James Madison University. His wife is a graduate of Virginia Tech. Mark feels that his family has received great benefit and full advantage from 4 outstanding Virginia universities including his alma mater, University of Richmond.
Mark Paullin recently earned a $60,000 settlement for a client who was injured in a hit-and-run accident.