Mark Copoulos was born into a working class family. The second oldest of four children, he was raised on the principles of hard work and never giving up. He has aggressively fought for the underdog through his undergraduate and professional career, culminating in the opening of The Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos.
While studying in college, Mark Copoulos waged a campaign wide textbook campaign that garnered local media attention. His fight was based on his sincere belief that students were being abused by the system. The campaign resulted in lower textbook prices for students, and inspired Mr. Copoulos to continue his battle for the underdog.
After college, Mark Copoulos studied at The Villanova University School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor. While there, he concentrated his studies on Trial Advocacy, where he was selected to compete on behalf of his school at multiple national tournaments located in Pittsburgh, PA and Washington, DC.
Prior to opening his own practice, Mark Copoulos worked at Vincent N. Melchiorre, Lawyers, LLC. At VNM Law he gained valuable mentorship experience from one of Philadelphia's premiere trial lawyers. He also continued his fight for the underdog, taking Pro Bono cases through Philadelphia Volunteer Indigent Program ("VIP").
Mark Copoulos is a aggressive, energetic, and intelligent advocate who regularly works six or seven days per week. He has litigated hundreds of cases, and obtained verdicts of Not Guilty, as well as civil verdicts in Personal Injury matters.
Mark Copoulos is an active member of the Philadelphia Criminal Law Inn of Court. In his spare time, he is an avid physical fitness enthusiast, developing his cardiovascular endurance at various gyms and fitness facilities in Philadelphia, including Fit Gym, Sweat Gym, The Sporting Club at The Bellevue, as well as Dhyana Yoga, and The Philadelphia Runners' Club.