Attorney Profile

bookerMark Booker

Mr. Booker is a trial and appellate lawyer who handles criminal and civil cases in Boston.  Mr. Booker maintains an office in Beacon Hill, within easy walking distance from the  the Supreme Judicial Court, the Massachusetts Appeals Court, the Suffolk County Superior Court, and the Boston Municipal Court Department (Central Division).

Mr. Booker began practicing law in New York City in 1999.  There, he participated in many high-stakes lawsuits that centered largely on financial matters involving international insurance companies, investment banks, privately held companies, and securities brokerage firms.  After honing his skills in the state and federal courts in New York, Mr. Booker returned to Boston, his hometown, with the eventual aim of launching his own law practice.  Upon his return to Boston, Mr. Booker worked in a couple of small and mid-sized law firms in Boston, representing class-action and individual plaintiffs in state court, federal court, and arbitration forums.  In 2007, after eight years of rigorous training and experience in a substantial number of areas of law (including antitrust, consumer, contracts, copyright, negligence, insurance, professional liability, securities, trusts and estates), Mr. Booker opened the Law Offices of Mark Booker in Boston.

Since opening his firm, Mr. Booker has tried civil and criminal cases, including in the federal court sitting in Boston, the Superior Court, and various divisions of the Boston Municipal Court Department.  Mr. Booker has handled appeals in the United States Court of Appeals (the federal appellate court sitting in Boston); the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts; the Massachusetts Appeals Court; and the Appellate Division of the Boston Municipal Court Department.

Bar and Court Admissions

Mr. Booker is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.  Mr. Booker also is admitted to the New York Bar, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.


J.D., Columbia University School of Law

Honors and Awards

Massachusetts Rising Stars (2008) [for more information about this, please click on “” graphic below]

Massachusetts Rising Stars (2007)

Whitney North Seymour Medal (awarded annually to the Columbia Law School student who shows greatest promise of becoming a distinguished trial advocate)

Jerome Michael Jury Trial Cup (annual trial advocacy-related competition in Columbia Law School)

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