Mark is a Crown prosecutor with the British Columbia Prosecution Service. He obtained his LLB from Dalhousie Law School (as it then was) in 2009 and completed his articles with B.C. Crown Counsel in Nanaimo in 2010. Mark has prosecuted all types of offences at all levels of court in British Columbia. Since working as Crown counsel in the Nanaimo and Port Coquitlam Provincial Courts, Mark joined the Special Prosecutions section of the B.C. Prosecution Service as part of a team prosecuting a high-profile and complex gang-related multiple-murder case, which presented unique and unprecedented legal and factual challenges. He is also a member of the Commercial, Regulatory, and Police prosecution section of the B.C. Prosecution Service, prosecuting financial and regulatory offences, as well as offences committed by police officers. He is based in Vancouver.
Mark is a co-editor of the “Privilege” chapter in the BC Continuing Legal Education Society’s “Introducing Evidence at Trial: A British Columbia Handbook” 4th Edition (2020). He is also the coordinator of the B.C. Prosecution Service’s Disclosure Resource Counsel Group, providing advice to prosecutors throughout the province on complex disclosure issues. Outside of the legal world, Mark is a certified YMCA fitness instructor.
Mark has a passion for teaching, and for the law, and is privileged to be able to share his passions with the students of TRU’s Faculty of Law.
- Law of Evidence