LINDA MARK LL.B., BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
Linda Mark, LL.B., Barrister and Solicitor, has been the principal lawyer with Mark & Company Law Corp since its inception in 1990 and has overseen all aspects of the legal services provided by the firm since then. Linda Mark has practiced immigration law for over 30 years and has assisted clients worldwide in immigration matters. She is a member in good standing of the Law Society of British Columbia, Canada.
In 1974, Linda Mark graduated with a diploma in Creative Communications “Journalism and Commercial Writing” from Red River Community College (Manitoba, Canada). In 1987 she obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Manitoba (Manitoba, Canada). Linda Mark has also studied at the University of Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) and the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada). She was called to the Bar by the Law Society of British Columbia and has practiced law continuously since 1988.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Linda Mark worked for 10 years in advertising, communications, promotion, and management.
After being called to the Bar in British Columbia, Linda Mark worked in Vancouver British Columbia with the tax department of Arthur Anderson, an international accounting firm. Linda Mark also practiced family law and criminal law, before engaging exclusively in the practice of immigration law. Practicing immigration law for over 30 years has given Linda Mark experience in most areas of Canadian Immigration law.
Linda Mark has contributed to and participated in seminars, clinics, radio, television programs, and various publications throughout her career. She has acted as a principal technical consultant for the book "How to Move to Canada" by Terese Loeb Kreuzer, available on Amazon.com. She has also been consulted on immigration matters by various publications and media organizations, including the New York Times.
Apart from this, Linda Mark has travelled extensively and engaged in immigration matters related to over 150 different countries.