Following law school at Duke, Mark practiced corporate and securities law for 5 years with the Silicon Valley law firm Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati. ark completed a masters and doctorate at Stanford (his dissertation was entitled "The Development of Business Combinations Doctrine in American Corporate Law"). In 1999 Mark raised a "Search Fund" called Rubicon Ventures. In 2000, Rubicon acquired an equipment rental company and began a series of other investments in related businesses.
BA, Brigham Young University, 1991.
JD, Duke University, 1994.
JSM, Stanford University, 1996.
JSD, Stanford University, 1997.
RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS
Legal History; Legal Theory; Interpretive Theory; Entrepreneurship.