Chapman can handle both your criminal and civil matters. On the criminal side, he’s participated in cases that range from misdemeanor assault to felony-murder. For civil matters he’s experienced litigation that involved as little as a few thousand dollars all the way up to multi-million dollar patents.
Chapman began his professional life in 2005, as a United States Marine. He was a Rifleman that twice deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom. He started his legal career as a paralegal just after he left the Marine Corps in 2013. In the years since leaving the Corps, Chapman has worked on matters and participated in trials that covered everything from anti-trust to patents. After 8 years as a paralegal in a Big-Law type firm, Chapman joined Williams Stone, PC as an associate.
Chapman received his Bachelor of Arts degree from George Mason University in 2016. He furthered his education with a law degree from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. At Scalia Law, Chapman was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board, the Moot Court Board, and the Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (M-VETS). During his time with M-VETS, Chapman expanded his experience in both civil matters and military/VA law. Chapman is licensed to practice in Virginia.
If you have questions regarding criminal law, family law, estate planning, or military/VA law, give Chapman a call.
- Virginia, 2022
- Antonin Scalia Law School, Arlington, Virginia – J.D. – 2022
- George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia – B.A., History – 2016