|Pennsylvania - PA||1 year|
|Michigan - MI||2 years|
|Ohio - OH||13 years|
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Mark focuses his practice on all aspects of school law, representing students, parents, teachers, university faculty and administrators. Mark formerly served as day-to-day and defense counsel for traditional public schools, but started representing students/parents/educators in 2014 when he co-founded AW Law.
Mark represents students “preschool through PhD” in disciplinary and special education issues, and represents school employees in school discipline, contract and separation issues, and for education licensure investigations conducted by state Departments of Education.
Mark has written and spoken on a variety of education-related topics including Title IX for Student Rights Attorneys, FERPA, student privacy laws, high school athletic eligibility, access to student educational records, special education rights and responsibilities, IDEA, state Operating Standards, suspension and expulsion rights for students, college codes of conduct and academic misconduct, public records, FLMA, sovereign immunity and qualified immunity for schools, dress codes, student civil and constitutional rights, childhood sexual assault claims, and liability waivers, among several others.
Mark has completed training to act as a surrogate parent for students with disabilities, holds a sports agent license issued by the Ohio Athletic Commission and serves as an arbitrator for education-related contract matters.