“A Different Kind of Law Firm” – as seen in Prince William Living
Compton & Duling was recently featured in Prince William Living magazine, a great kick off as we celebrate our 50th anniversary year. Click to read the full article, as author Tracey Shevlin examines how our company’s core values (such as continual professional development, collaboration, work/life balance and community service) play a central role in the success of the firm, along with a look at what the future holds for Compton & Duling.
Compton & Duling: A Different Kind of Law Firm
Founded in 1968 by C. Lacey Compton Jr., the practice specialized in real estate transactions for many years and was instrumental in some of the most significant land deals that have shaped the landscape of the greater Prince William area, including the development of Potomac Mills and Potomac Town Center in the Woodbridge area, Innovation@ Prince William in Manassas, and Braemar in Bristow.
Over time, the practice has diversified, and real estate and land use, domestic relations, litigation, business law, and estate planning are among its specialty areas. They have also launched several attorneys into judgeship. However, it is their culture and their commitment to community service and work–life balance that truly sets them apart and has landed the firm several awards… (Read full article.)