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Areas of Practice:




Barrister & Solicitor,
B.A., LL.B.

Preferred Areas of Practice:

Michael has extensive experience in both civil litigation, in Personal Injury  (e.g. ICBC claims disputes) and in criminal litigation as a former Federal prosecutor in Canada Revenue Agency complex tax evasion prosecutions.

Michael has practiced in Victoria since his admission to the Bar in 1991 and he became a principal at McConnan, Bion, O'Connor & Peterson Law Corporation in January 2000.  He is also a past executive member of the Victoria Bar Association

In 2019 he was one of the coaches of the University of Victoria, law school moot competition teams, which won the provincial competition - click for photo and details below

Michael Mark, BA LLB, civil litigation, wills, probate and wills disputes lawyer at his desk with McConnan Bion O'Connor Peterson Law corp in downtown Victoria, BC CLICK FOR MORE INFO ON WILLS DISPUTES

In 2007 Michael became a contributing content development editor/consultant to the Wills Information Section of

Michael R. Mark
Barrister & Solicitor
McConnan, Bion, O'Connor & Peterson Law Corp.
Suite #420 - 880 Douglas Street,
Victoria, B.C. Canada V8W 2B7
Phone  250-385-1383
Toll free  1-888-385-1383

Web Site:
Map to office: Victoria, downtown location

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McConnan Bion O'Connor Peterson  photo collage of 11 lawyers, Michael is a senior partner, 3rd on the top right of the group photo

Wills Disputes

"If you have been treated unfairly by a deceased parent or spouse under the terms of his or her will, consider obtaining the advice and assistance of an experienced estate litigation lawyer.  Wills can be varied by the court to ensure adequate, just and equitable provision for a spouse or child of the deceased."

For more information go to

Michael Mark, civil  litigator for personal injury, wills disputes, commercial contracts,and complex Canada Revenue Agency  tax evastion charges
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The BC Law Schools Competitive Moot is an appellate competition between UVic, UBC and TRU. This year's question raised a fundamental issue of contract law.

This year's team was composed of Jane Mayfield and Diana Sepulveda as appellant counsel, and Erin Miller and Angela Barna as counsel for the respondents. Both teams won in their respective division, making UVic the winner of the moot.

Coaches were Kelly Doerkson, James Legh and Michael Mark.

[above photo is a screen capture of as of January 17, 2020]

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