Mark S. Guralnick is a practicing civil trial attorney, writer, and professor in a wide range of professional and academic disciplines. Mr. Guralnick is admitted to practice in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Kentucky, New Jersey, the District of Columbia, and in England, Wales, Scotland, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. He is board certified in various legal specialties, including civil trial law, international law, professional liability law, and family law. During his more than 30 years in practice, Mr. Guralnick has delivered numerous lectures and seminars to attorneys and other professionals, and has held leadership positions in various domestic and international bar groups.
A graduate of Columbia University, University of London, Bennington College, and other fine schools, Mr. Guralnick holds eight college degrees, including the Ph.D., LL.M., J.D., M.B.A., and M.P.A. degrees. He is the winner of the 1994 Bernard C. Watson Award for Outstanding Dissertation in the Social Sciences, and has garnered seven other writing awards for his publishing accomplishments as a former news reporter and writer. Mr. Guralnick is the author of eight other law books, including a treatise on employment law and a book on formulas for calculating damages in various areas of civil practice.
Mr. Guralnick is a former full-time faculty member at Ramapo College of New Jersey, where he taught in the Law and Society Department, and at the Pennsylvania State University, where he taught in the Humanities Division. As a visiting professor or adjunct instructor, he has taught law, public policy, political science, and business courses at Rutgers University, University of Denver, Franklin and Marshall College, Berkeley College, Rowan University, Bellevue