Emma Mark represents clients in a variety of criminal and disciplinary proceedings. She has represented individuals in cases involving allegations of white collar crimes, including mail and wire fraud, fraud schemes, forgery, and money laundering, from the investigation stage through formal proceedings. She also represents individuals in domestic violence, sexual misconduct, assault, theft of means of transportation, DUI and vehicular crimes, and drug offenses. Emma has extensive experience representing students in disciplinary proceedings at Arizona public colleges and universities, with a special focus on students accused of harassment and sexual misconduct in violation of Title IX.
An increasing part of Emma’s practice includes advising clients on compliance with the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Compliance with FARA is a growing concern for clients who work with foreign entities as the government expands its investigation and enforcement efforts.
Emma has considerable trial court and appellate experience, including appeals of administrative decisions, lower court appeals to the Maricopa County Superior Court, and has argued in front of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Emma is a 2014 cum laude graduate and Pedrick Scholar from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Following her law school graduation, Emma served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Peter B. Swann at the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division I.
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