Mark has over 14 years of experience representing American Indian tribes across the United States. He has worked on behalf of tribal governments on internal governance issues, as well as in the development of a variety of small and large scale economic enterprises.
Mark has represented tribes in the negotiation of inter-governmental agreements, in various permitting, financing, construction, tax, and management matters, and in wind energy development projects. He has also represented tribes with lobbying and the development of specific legislation, and is an authority on tribal economic development and tribal tax matters.
Previously, Mark worked with DNA-People’s Legal Services on the Navajo Nation, California Indian Legal Services, and as a partner for the nation’s leading Native American law firm. Mark has also provided pro bono legal services to the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers since 2004.
Mark holds a J.D. from the George Washington University School of Law, and a B.A., with honors, from Brandeis University.
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