Nov 262009

Source: Integral Institute – Scholars

Mark James Fischler, JD, contributed to Integral Law studies and is now a former New Hampshire Public Defender and Guardian Ad Litem who now teaches as a full-time faculty member of the Plymouth State University Criminal Justice Department in Plymouth, NH.

Source: Integral Life Contributors

image Mark James Fischler has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses at Plymouth State University in Plymouth NH since 2003. His focus is ethics and criminal procedure.  Mark has written papers and given presentations on what is integral law from a theoretical and practical perspective, some of which can be found in the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice.

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
B.A., Political Science  University of New Hampshire; J.D., University of Maine

Before becoming a professor Mark worked as a N.H. Public Defender representing poor people accused of a crime for 3.5 years. Mark also did work as a Guardian Ad Litem for a year. In addition to his undergraduate degree in political science and his juris doctor of law he is also graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College of Dubois Wyoming, and the National Criminal Defense College in Macon Georgia. Mark is also trained in divorce mediation. While in Law School Mark won the New England Law School Trial Advocacy Competition with his partner and was awarded the Trial Advocacy award from the University of Maine School of law.