Croton-On-Hudson, New York 10520
Mark sees the need for an alternative to litigating sensitive family issues in court, where both the emotional and economic costs can be overwhelming. Mark has become actively involved in Collaborative Law and Collaborative Divorce and recognizes the collaborative process as a viable alternative to litigation in resolving disputes. Mark is limiting his matrimonial practice to only representing divorce clients within the Collaborative Process and Mediation.
Professional ActivitiesMark has taught Political Science and Law related classes as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Politics Program at Marymount College of Fordham University, teaching and designing courses in Constitutional Law and Civil Rights, The American Judicial Process, American Government, and Public Policy Making. Mark has also taught classes in American Government at Westchester Community College and Mercy College.
STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BUFFALO, Buffalo, New York
B.A. Political Science, August 1979
Provisional Teaching Certification Social Studies Secondary Ed.
BENJAMIN N. CARDOZO SCHOOL OF LAW, New York, New York
J.D. June 1984