Mark helps people who have been denied the full measure of their civil rights, and who have been harmed by dangerous products and medical malpractice. With his experience in the Olympic movement, Mark also represents athletes who are involved in team-selection and doping disputes. He has testified on proposed legislation before members of the Indiana General Assembly, the Wisconsin State Assembly and the University of Wisconsin Regents.
Mark graduated with distinction from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where he earned three varsity letters, represented student-athletes on the Athletic Board, and earned the Big 10 Student-Athlete award.
After working in international sport, Mark matriculated at U.C. Hastings College of the Law, and then transferred to Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis, from which he received his J.D. and graduated with honors. Mark was honored as the Best Oral Advocate of his moot court section at U.C. Hastings and was a member of the trial team at I.U. Indianapolis.
Mark is a past-chair of the executive committee of the Civil Rights Section of the American Association of Justice, and a member of the National Lawyers Guild, the National Police Accountability Project, and the Indianapolis Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in the State of Indiana, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana, and the Western District of Michigan.
Locally, Mark is a past chair of the board of the Hooverwood Nursing Home and has served on the board of the Arthur M. Glick JCC of Indianapolis and the Human Services Committee of the United Way of Central Indiana.
Mark lives in the Indianapolis area with his wife and daughters and is an avid runner.
- Lee v. Abbott, Case No. 14-2388, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, consolidated on appeal with Baskin v. Bogan, 766 F.3d 648 (7th Cir. 2014) (cert. denied)
- Parker v. Franklin County Community School Corp., 667 F. 3d 910 (7th Cir. 2012)