New England School of Law – J.D.
University of Kansas – History
Mark W. Riordan is a San Antonio, Texas-based personal injury attorney located in The Carlson Law Firm’s South San Antonio location.
At a young age, Mark knew that becoming an attorney was his calling. He grew up knowing that he wanted to work in a profession that was dedicated to helping others.
Mark has extensive experience working on high stakes multi-million dollar commercial cases. For this reason, he knows how to expose and dismantle opposition defenses to ensure his clients get the best results possible. Clients can rest assured that Mark will aggressively advocate for their rights until they receive a favorable resolution to their case.
Mark attended the University of Kanas and majored in History. In addition, to his undergraduate degree, he received his law degree from the New England School of Law. Mark is a member of the San Antonio Bar Association and the Texas Trial Lawyer’s Association.
Prior to coming to The Carlson Law Firm, Mark practiced personal injury, immigration and criminal law. He has extensive experience in personal injury cases including premises liability, workplace injuries and product liability. Further, Mark has handled numerous 18-wheeler, commercial and non-commercial car crash cases. Additionally, he has significant experience in resolving numerous multi-million dollar cases.
Client satisfaction is a priority for Mark in his legal representation. With Mark, clients experience excellent legal representation and the signature customer service that has made The Carlson Law Firm one of the premier law firms in Texas.
When he’s not in the courtroom, Mark is a classically trained chef. Additionally, he participates in several community service activities with his church and works with a foster organization for dogs in the San Antonio area.
Memberships and Recognitions
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Public interest award recipient (New England Law)
Research assistance for Lisa J. Laplante, “Dialogues of Transitional Justice—Memory Battles: Guatemala’s Public Debates and the Genocide Trial of Jose Efraín Ríos Montt,” Quinnipiac Law Review 32 (2014)