MARK K. SULLIVAN
From a very young age, Mark K. Sullivan always knew that he enjoyed helping people. He always enjoyed serving as an advocate for others, whether it be for someone's individual rights or a worthy cause that needed a passionate advocate. After deciding to attend college at Saint Joseph's College of Indiana, Mark chose to study political science so that he could further his understanding of both government and politics on a local and national level. After graduating in 1974, Mark decided that the easiest way for him to have a positive impact in his community while still helping others would be to attend law school and become an advocate for the people.
Mark was quickly accepted into the University of Louisville School of Law where he would study under some of the brightest legal minds at the time. When it came time to graduate in 1979, Mark realized that he had a strong passion for arguing a case and convincing people of a position — so he set out to become a criminal prosecutor in Central Indiana. He worked hard to become elected as the prosecutor of Pike County, working inside and outside of the courtroom to help convict some of the state's most dangerous criminals. He loved being a part of the justice system and helping individuals and families who had been victimized by criminals seek the justice they deserved. By 1993, Mark returned to Indianapolis where he was made Chief Trial Deputy Prosecutor for Marion County.
I pride myself on meeting the unique needs of my clients by providing experience and advocacy through every step of the legal process.