Mark Steiner is a trial attorney who focuses his practice on the litigation of toxic tort, product liability, professional liability, transportation and complex commercial litigation matters. He has extensive experience in drafting contracts and agreements, writing legal memoranda, writing model trial briefs, and researching and drafting published court opinions.
Prior to working at Segal McCambridge, Mr. Steiner worked as an in-house counsel intern for an auto parts supplier in Farmington Hills, MI and served as a judicial intern to Judge Helene White of the U.S. Sixth Circuit and Justice Marilyn Kelly of the Michigan Supreme Court.
Mr. Steiner earned his J.D. from Wayne State University in 2014. He worked as a Senior Article Editor and an Assistant Editor at the Wayne Law Review, and earned a Dean’s Scholar Award full-tuition scholarship. He also earned the Richard B. Gushée Award for the best student work published in the Wayne Law Review in 2013.
- Wayne Law Review, Senior Articles Editor, Assistant Editor
- Richard B. Gushée Award for the best student work published in the Wayne Law Review
- Dean’s Scholar Award
- Faculty Annual Award
Who is a Minister? Broadening the Scope of the Ministerial Exception after Hosanna-Tabor, 60 Wayne L. Rev. 261 (2014)
Michigan State University, B.A. (Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, Political Economy Specialization) 2011
Wayne State University, J.D., magna cum laude 2014
- Michigan, 2014