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SIMMS SHOWERS LLP Leesburg & Loudoun County Attorney
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Justin R. Coleman, Esq.

Senior Associate

Justin R. Coleman, Esq.Justin Coleman is an Associate of the firm. Mr. Coleman’s practice concentrates on church and non-profit law, business law, and commercial and civil litigation.

Mr. Coleman also represents individuals and Virginia for-profit corporations on various matters including organization, drafting governing and related documents, and intellectual property matters. He is an active member of Grace Community Church in Winchester, VA.

Practice areas

  • Church Law
  • Non-Profit Law
  • Charitable Solicitation Registration
  • Contracts
  • Incorporation
  • Employment Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Intellectual Property


  • University of Nebraska, Lincoln (B.A., Psychology, 2002)
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha (B.A, Criminal Justice, 2005)
  • Thomas M. Cooley School of Law (J.D., 2008)

Admissions and Memberships

  • Virginia, 2009
  • Christian Legal Society

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