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Mark Emilio S. Abrajano is an associate in the firm’s Business Litigation and Unfair Business Practices teams. Mark has years of experience as a litigator in both civil and criminal law. As a former Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Fairfax County, Mark prosecuted hundreds of misdemeanors and felonies in both the Fairfax General District Court and Fairfax Circuit Court. As a civil litigator, Mark has successfully defended clients against multimillion-dollar civil claims and prides himself on working closely with his clients to design and implement strategies that efficiently achieve their goals. Mark is experienced in guiding his clients through pretrial negotiation, mediation, and the entire gamut of Virginia motions practice, but when necessary, Mark has successfully advocated for his clients in both jury and bench trials.

Mark graduated cum laude from George Mason University School of Law, after having received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. During law school, Mark was an active competitor for George Mason’s Trial Advocacy Association, where he was the 2015 Thatcher Intramural Champion and recipient of the Curran and Whittington Scholarship in Trial Advocacy. Before entering private practice, Mark clerked for the Honorable Michael F. Devine of the Fairfax County Circuit Court.