Block O’Toole & Murphy is pleased to welcome Christina Mark as the newest attorney to join the firm. Christina had previously worked as a legal intern for the firm the previous summer, and was hired as an associate in September. She has served as an intern for the Honorable Joan O’Dwyer of the New York Supreme Court in Queens County, as well as an intern for the Nassau County District Attorney in the Appeals Bureau. Her exceptional skills and acumen for the profession, as well as an unparalleled work ethic, will serve the firm and its clients well for years to come.
Ms. Mark already enters the firm with an impressive resume and considerable experience in the field. After majoring in Journalism at New York University, she worked as a writer and reporter in New York City. Mark then attended the University of Notre Dame Law School, a top-25 institution, where she graduated with her law degree in 2011. At Notre Dame, Mark showed exemplary skills in brief-writing which led to her appointment as Executive Articles Editor of the law school’s prestigious Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy. In addition, Mark was a tireless advocate for clients she represented for free at the Notre Dame Legal Aid Clinic. She is currently awaiting bar admission.
Block O’Toole & Murphy is thrilled to welcome Christina to the organization. She will be a valuable asset to the firm and its clients.