Mark Buckovich

Director of Marketing

Education
  • JD, American University, Washington College of Law
  • MA, American University, School of International Service
  • BA, Elmira College
Education
  • JD, American University, Washington College of Law
  • MA, American University, School of International Service
  • BA, Elmira College

Professional Background

 

Mark Buckovich is the Director of Marketing at McDonald Carano. He has more than 15 years of marketing, branding, public relations and business development experience at state, national and international law firms. In addition to the legal profession, Mark has worked in the Global Brand & Corporate Communications Department at Hewlett Packard and the International Marketing & Project Finance Department at the engineering and construction firm of Morrison Knudsen. Mark also has executive level thought leadership and communications experience from serving as the Chief Executive Speechwriter for the CEO of the University of California Davis Heath System and Vice Chancellor of Human Health Sciences.

Mark’s law firm experience includes developing and implementing marketing plans and business development strategies for attorneys, practice groups, industry teams and law firms as a whole. He has an extensive track record of developing creative approaches for integrating diversity and inclusion initiatives into marketing and business development activities. Mark’s comprehensive law firm experience covers advertising, brand management, media relations, strategic planning, client teams, industry sector initiatives, new business pitches and RFP responses, internal and external communications, events, websites and digital marketing.

 

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