Bloomington Bankruptcy Attorney
About Mark Zuckerberg
Mark S. Zuckerberg is one of only nine Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialists in the entire State of Indiana at the time this web page was created. He frequently lectures both locally and nationally to lawyers and various groups on the topic of consumer bankruptcy law. In fact Mr. Zuckerberg has even spoken at the National level at both the American Bankruptcy Institute and National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Conferences. He has been quoted in the New York Times, Indianapolis Star, The Indianapolis News, and numerous other news publications. Mr. Zuckerberg is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association and past Chairman of the Bankruptcy and Creditors Right's Section of the Indiana State Bar Association. He was the only consumer bankruptcy attorney to debate Senator Grassley on the merits of bankruptcy reform on National Public Radio's Morning Edition. Mr. Zuckerberg has been recognized by Who's Who in American Law, the Best Lawyers in America Consumer Guide, and was the only consumer bankruptcy attorney to be named in the March 2005 Edition of the Indianapolis Monthly Magazine's list of Indiana Super Lawyers. Mr. Zuckerberg was awarded Master Distinguished Fellow by the Indianapolis Bar Association. Mr. Zuckerberg received his BA from Indiana University and his JD degree from Capital University. Mr. Zuckerberg has concentrated his practice exclusively to the area of Bankruptcy Law for over 30 years.
One of two lawyers asked to speak on bankruptcy law at the Judicial College for Indiana State Court Judges, - an organization devoted to educating Indiana judges on bankruptcy.
Member of the Indiana State Bar Association (Past President of the Commercial Law Section)
Member of the Indianapolis Bar Association (Commercial Law), which awarded Mark the Master Distinguished Fellow.
Recognized in the Indianapolis Business Journal, "40 Under Forty" recipient, May 1998.
Recognized by Who's Who in American Law and The Best Lawyers in America Consumer Guide.
Was the only consumer bankruptcy attorney in America asked to debate Senator Grassley on the merits of the pending bankruptcy reform legislation on National Public Radio's Morning Edition.