His papers have been published in Yale Journal on Regulation, Stanford Law & Policy Review, Harvard Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, Communication Law Review, Digital Ethics, Media Ethics and the Journal of Law, Technology & Internet. In August 2014, he gave a TEDx talk in Shanghai on "The Battle for Control of the Internet."
His legal scholarship has been cited by several major media outlets, various books, Texas Law Review, Georgetown Law Journal, BYU Law Review, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, First Amendment Law Review, SMU Science & Technology Law Review, Georgia State University Law Review, Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, Communications of the ACM, National Constitution Center, Judge Richard Posner, foreign judges and others. It's also been translated and republished in Romanian and Korean.
Mark teaches courses in "Internet Law," "Cyber Law & Ethics," and “Free Speech, Media Law & Democracy” at Adelphi University and "Media Law & Ethics" at Marymount Manhattan College. He serves as chair of the Freedom of Speech division for the Southern States Communication Association.
While a law student at Georgetown, he studied litigation, the First Amendment, intellectual property law and media law. The former journalist also worked at the Institute for Public Representation, helping the pro bono legal clinic litigate civil rights cases, including Freedom of Information Act complaints against government agencies that were improperly withholding public records.
Specifically, he was involved in litigating Wilner v. NSA, which argued that the U.S. government, through its warrantless wiretap program has violated attorney-client privilege by eavesdropping on conversations between Guantanamo Bay detainees and their lawyers.