Monday, April 20, 2015

Alumni Update: Mark Cohen Honored by Colorado State Bar Association

Our congratulations to LL.M. Alumnus Mark Cohen, who was recently honored by the Colorado State Bar Association for his six years of service on the Editorial Board of The Colorado Lawyer magazine from July 2009 through June 2015, including service as Board Chair from 2012-2013.

Since completing the program, Mark has returned to practice in Colorado where he focuses on agricultural law issues, mediation and arbitration, with a specialization in assisting businesses and other lawyers improve their documents by using plain English.

In addition to his service on the Colorado State Bar Association Editorial Board, Mark is a published author of both legal publications and mystery novels.

His recent legal publications include the Book Review-Writing for Dollars, Writing to Please: The Case for Plain Language in Business, Government, and Law, Joseph Kimble, The Colorado Lawyer, November 2012 and Book Review-Preparing Witnesses: A Practical Guide for Lawyers and Their Clients, (3rd Ed.) by Daniel I. Small, The Colorado Lawyer, December 2009.

His works of fiction include  Bluetick Revenge: A Pepper Keane Mystery, Mysterious Press (Div. of Time/Warner) and The Fractal Murders: A Pepper Keane Mystery, Mysterious Press (A Book Sense 76® Top Ten Mystery Selection (Fall 2002) and a finalist for the Colorado Book Award).

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