STUDENT-AT-LAW, B. arts (2014), J.D. (2018)
Mark was born and raised in Alberta. He completed his undergraduate degree in Law & Society at the University of Calgary in 2014 and earned his Juris Doctor at Thompson Rivers University in 2018. During law school, Mark was employed by the Dean of Law as their Legal Research Assistant and co-authored a paper with the Dean addressing indigenous identity in Canada.
Mark has held a spirited social conscience all his life, and as such he has always been devoted to charity-work and volunteering. Mark has volunteered with the Calgary Police Services, held the position of Youth Group President in his community, emceed Food Bank fundraisers, performed for Medical Mercy, helped coordinate British Columbia and Alberta wildfire efforts, and volunteered for many other exceptional charity groups. Mark is excited to build similar relationships in Stony Plain and the surrounding area.
Mark’s previous work experience includes opportunities with energy companies operating on an international level to not-for-profit organizations operating on a local level. Mark is looking forward to expanding his skill set by having a general practice of law during his articles.
When Mark is not volunteering or sitting on community boards, he enjoys golfing, hockey and traveling.
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University of Calgary, Undergraduate Degree in Business and Law & Society, 2014.
Thompson Rivers University, Juris Doctor, 2018.
Law Society of Alberta
Canadian Bar Association