Mark is ranked by the directories as “Up and Coming” for Employment law and Education law in Chambers and Partners and a “Rising Star” in Employment law in the Legal 500. He is a member of both the Attorney General’s C Panel of Treasury Counsel and the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s Panel of Counsel.
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“Highly analytical, and provides clear and considered advice, showing shrewd insight and levels of realism and ingenuity that are very rare in someone of his call level.” Legal 500 2021, Employment
“He’s highly analytical, personable and very easy to work with.” “He does a very good job and gets to grips with a complex case very quickly.” Chambers & Partners 2021, Employment
“He is super responsive, really diligent and has a lovely manner.” “Very caring and understands the nuances of each case.” Chambers & Partners 2021, Education