Mark G. Saric is an Associate Attorney in BWB&O’s Phoenix office. After his admission to the State Bar of Arizona, Mark practiced in the areas of tort and commercial litigation, in addition to working on complex matters, including ESI discovery, while seeking his credentials. Today, Mark leverages his unique range of domestic and international experience to effectively and efficiently resolve matters on behalf of BWB&O’s clients.
Mark first practiced criminal law in New York, after clerking for Judge Arthur L. Zulick in Monroe County, Pennsylvania; whereas, in law school, Mark participated in moot court competitions and externed for the late, Honorable Ann A. Aldrich in the Northern District of Ohio, while assisting with her assigned duties for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Mark wrote his Master of Laws thesis in Brussels, Belgium, as a Stagiaire for Edwin Vermulst, which afforded invaluable insights into the defense of multinationals, trade associations, and governments in trade proceedings during investigatory phases and WTO challenges. Mark’s career highlights include time spent as an international peacekeeper in the Balkans, as an election observer in Bangladesh, as well as successful years in the diamond and jewelry design field, not to mention his formative professional experience in the insurance industry, as a licensed property and casualty agent and claims representative.
Mark is licensed in Arizona and New York. He has a LL.M. in International and EU Trade Law from the Amsterdam Law School, Universiteit van Amsterdam; a J.D. from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University; and B.A. in Philosophy from John Carroll University. In his free time, Mark and his family enjoy exploring the Southwest & beyond.