Following his articles, Mark carried on a general corporate commercial practice as an associate at McDougall Gauley LLP for several years before transitioning to work as in-house counsel at the City of Regina for six years. While working as in-house counsel, Mark provided legal support for some of the City’s most complex infrastructure projects, land development, information technology services, procurement and construction works. Since the establishment of the Regina Revitalization Initiative in 2011, Mark was lead counsel of the City’s Stadium Project and provided legal support on the City’s wastewater treatment plant P3 project.
Mark maintains a general corporate commercial practice with an emphasis on land development, secured transactions and procurement advising.
- Saskatchewan, 2006
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Saskatchewan, 2005
- Bachelor of Commerce (Distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 2004
- Ringette Saskatchewan, Board of Directors, 2011-2014
- Grey Cup Regina, 2013
Awards & Recognition
- "Best Lawyers in Canada"
- "Lawyer of the Year", Mergers and Acquisitions Law (Saskatoon), 2021
- Mergers and Acquisitions Law, 2021
Memberships & Associations
- Canadian Bar Association
- Business Law South (SK Branch), Past Chair
Legislation & Law Reform Review (SK Branch), 2006-2008
- Law Society of
Saskatchewan Bar Association Regina
- Board of Directors, Past President
International Municipal Lawyers Association, Anatomy of Design, Build-Finance Agreement, 2016
Canadian Bar Association Business Law South, Construction Delivery Models: Planning for Success, 2015 (with John Dipple, MLT Akins)
Canadian Bar Association, Public Sector and Municipal Law South, P3 Procurement Lessons Learned, 2014 (with Jayne Kruger, City Solicitor’s Office)
Canadian Bar Association, Business Law South, Public Private Partnerships, 2014
Canadian Bar Association, Corporate Counsel South, City of Regina Projects using Public Private Partnerships, 2013