Mark joined the Litigation Department as an associate in 2011.
Prior to joining the firm, Mark was a research assistant to Professor Jack Beermann at the Boston University School of Law. In this role, he researched content and provided footnotes for law review articles, and tracked Supreme Court voting.
While at Harvard Law School, Mark served on the General Board of Editors as an Articles Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review from 2008 to 2010. During law school he was also an active member of the Environmental Law Society and Project No One Leaves. In 2008, Mark was recognized as a G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar and received the Dean’s Award in Criminal Law at Boston University School of Law.
After law school, Mark spent a year as an attorney fellow at Greater Boston Legal Services in Cambridge, providing representation on housing and public benefits matters. His experiences included:
- successfully representing one client seeking federal disability benefits at a hearing before an administrative law judge;
- securing dismissals or favorable settlements for several individuals threatened with eviction;
- obtaining a Section 8 voucher reinstatement; and
- assisting several clients faced with denial or reduction of state benefits.