Mark Schondorf is a native of Los Angeles, California. Mark graduated from Georgetown University in 2002 with a degree in business administration, and a focus in finance. Mark attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California, and scored top marks in Loyola's renowned trial advocacy curriculum. Mark graduated with his degree, a Juris Doctorate, in 2006 and passed the notorious California bar exam on his first attempt.
Immediately upon being sworn into the California State Bar, Mark opened his solo practice in Los Angeles, California. Mark specialized as a trial attorney, and tried real estate, employment, personal injury, and business cases in numerous court trials and jury trials. Further, Mark Schondorf sealed his place in California jurisprudence when his client's case, Profit Concepts Management v. Griffith, 76 Cal. Rptr. 3d 396 (Cal: Court of Appeals, 4th Appellate Dist., 3rd Div. 2008),became legal authority that has been subsequently positively cited by California courts.
Mark Schondorf relocated to Chicago, Illinois in late 2010 to raise a family. He opened a new practice where he continues to do legal work in California, and brings his experience as a trial attorney to handle contentious divorces and help business owners deal with litigation. Mark is married and has one daughter.