Mark Fuller

Prior to joining the OCFW, Mark Fuller worked as an Assistant Public Defender defending clients against criminal charges in trial proceedings as a member of the Dallas County Public Defender’s Office. Prior to his time as a public defender, Mark represented clients in federal and state district court, defending clients against felony and misdemeanor charges and in federal direct appeals. Mark also worked representing clients in civil rights and police brutality litigation. Mark received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School, where he earned a Criminal Law Certificate for the completion of a specialized criminal and constitutional law curriculum. During law school, Mark worked as a student attorney for Youth Represent and MFY Legal Services, in New York, assisting previously incarcerated individuals in removing barriers to reentry and advocating for the rights of youthful offenders in administrative and quasi-criminal proceedings. Prior to that, Mark clerked at the Mississippi Center for Justice providing legal services in family court proceedings and for persons seeking expunction. Mark also assisted in the representation of clients in police brutality suits against the City of New York. Mark also taught criminal and constitutional law as an instructor for Legal Outreach, a program for urban youth from underserved communities. Mark was awarded the Gold Pro Bono Award for providing over 1,300 hours of pro bono legal services during law school. He is also a recipient of the Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship and the BLS Graduate Public Interest Fellowship.

Contact Information

Phone: 512-463-8503

Updated Tuesday, November 15, 2022