Mark Tang ’10
As a civil engineer in Boston, Mark managed co-op students from the College of Engineering and understood the value of the real-world assignments he gave them. “I thought that if the co-op model worked in engineering, it would work in law,” says Mark, who was determined to advance his career by exploring the legal side of real estate development. “After doing some research, I quickly realized there were no other law schools out there with this type of model. Northeastern lets you take charge of your own career path.”
Mark used his co-ops to explore various facets of real estate development, and he experienced how the centuries-old legal theories taught in classes such as Property and Contracts played out in contemporary court. “Northeastern enabled me to expand my horizons,” says Mark.
Massachusetts Trial Court, Land Court Department, Boston, Massachusetts
Working alongside a judge, Mark helped draft judicial decisions about property law cases and assisted with pretrial conferences and courtroom proceedings.
- Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
- Inter-APALSA (chair)
- Law School Admissions Diversity Advisory Committee
Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Boston, Massachusetts
Mark researched and drafted memoranda on a range of tax issues, from sales and use tax to sham transactions regarding intellectual property.
Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition
DLA Piper, Boston, Massachusetts
Mark drafted memoranda on various real estate issues such as land use and development and EPA regulations. This co-op led to a post-grad job offer for Mark.
- Entertainment Law
- Land Use
- Law of Financial Institutions
- Modern Real Estate Development
- State and Local Government
Donovan Hatem, Boston, Massachusetts
Mark assisted attorneys in the professional practices and real estate group by researching construction design issues and land use rights.