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mark@schofieldlg.com

Mark Rosen has almost 40 years of varied commercial and civil litigation experience, primarily in the defense of non-medical professionals and directors and officers of corporations and banks. Mark also has extensive experience representing and counseling property managers and condominium associations in all aspects of managing and operating condominiums.

Mark is a past chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Insurance Law Committee and the Solo and Small Firm Practice Section.  He has also been an active member of the Community Association Institute – New England Chapter (“CAI-NE”), a leading trade association for condominium leaders and professionals. Mark is a past chair of the CAI-NE’s Attorneys Committee, is a member of CAI-NE’s Legislative Action Committee, and is Chair of CAI-NE’s Massachusetts State Advisory Council.

Mark is a 1976 graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School.  He is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and is admitted to practice before the Federal District Court of Massachusetts, the First Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.  Prior to moving to Boston in 1989, Mark practiced law in Minneapolis and Chicago.

In addition to his professional activities, Mark has served on the building committees for the renovation of the elementary and middle schools in Needham, Massachusetts, where he resides with his wife and two children.Mark currently serves on the Legislative Action Committee and the Massachusetts Council for Community Associates Institute, New England Chapter (CAI-NE”), the trade organization for ‘all things condominium.’.  Mark has also provided representation on a pro bono basis to individuals on a wide range of legal matters.  Mark is active in many social action projects both through his synagogue (of which he is a past president) as well as a volunteer for community projects to help the disadvantaged.  He currently serves on the Board of the Circle of Hope which services the needs of the homeless from infants to adults.