Martin Crim is a shareholder at Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, and has been practicing law for over twenty-five years, primarily for cities, towns, and other local governments. His practice areas include land use development, code enforcement, eminent domain, social services, tax valuation and collection, human resources, Freedom of Information Act, water and sewer, electric utilities, Virginia Public Procurement Act, and municipal franchises.
-Town Attorney, Culpeper, Occoquan, Haymarket, & Middleburg
-Assistant Town Attorney, Herndon
-City Attorney, Manassas 2011 – 2018
-Staff Attorney, Prince William County Schools, 1991 – 2007
-School Board Attorney, Manassas City, 1992 – 2009