Saturday, October 29, 2005
"Mark Kadish graduated from New York University School of Law in 1967. He served in the Judge Advocate Generals Corps. from 1968 through 1971. He was an associate in the law firm of Bailey Alch and Gillis, in Boston MA from 1971 through 1974. He continued in private practice in Atlanta, GA specializing in defending federal criminal cases. He jointly published Volume I of Criminal Law Advocacy, wrote numerous articles for professional journals and lectured nationally.
Professor Kadish was an Adjunct Professor in the Emory University Law School masters program teaching litigation skills. He was a faculty member of the Advanced National Trial Advocacy College and Co-Faculty Director of the Atlanta Bar Association College of Trial Advocacy. He was Chair of the Criminal Defense Section of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
He joined the Law School in 1990. He has been the Director of the Lawyer Skills Development Program. He teaches various components of this program, including the second year required Litigation Workshop Course. He also teaches Advanced Issues in Trial Advocacy, a civil litigation seminar course. He has published several law review articles in the areas of criminal procedure.
His public service includes an appointment by the Mayor of Atlanta to review the city court system. He has also taught senior courses at Mercer University. He has been a speaker at various judicial conferences and bar association seminars. He was a part-time pro hac judge in the Atlanta Municipal Court and is currently a part-time magistrate judge in the State Court of Fulton County. He teaches educational programs to magistrate judges. He is a commentator on various television and radio station programs."