Mark’s IT career saw him work in a myriad of positions ranging from technical roles to executive positions such as Vice-President for a major US investment bank. Mark’s career saw him work in Australia and Asia and Mark was based in Hong Kong for 10 years where he undertook executive roles with Asia-wide responsibilities. Mark worked in a wide variety of industries including banking and finance, education and the airline industry.
Prior to graduation, Mark was employed by an Adelaide corporate and commercial firm firstly as a clerk and then as a graduate lawyer upon his admission. Mark worked primarily with the firm’s commercial team providing advice to startup and technology clients.
In 2019 Mark joined Flinders University as a Lecturer in Law. Mark taught an innovative new legal technology topic teaching law students basic coding skills and then writing legal software applications for not-for-profit ‘clients’. A number of these student applications are now in day-to-day use by the organisations that commissioned them. Mark also taught Constitutional Law and Contract Law.
Mark moved back into private practice in July 2021, taking advantage of the opportunity to once again work as a solicitor and also to ‘practice what he’s preached’ regarding the use of technology in the law.