Mark Allen III
J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
B.A., Grinnell College
Mark C. Allen III has over twenty years of experience in alternative energy, real estate, environmental and land use law. His clients include national real estate developers; hotels; schools; churches; financial institutions and local governments. Professor Allen is one of a small number of attorneys with experience in the particular land use issues of nonprofits and religious institutions. He has been involved in environmental ligation, land use issues, alternative energy siting and environmental remediation projects for many years.
Professor Allen has taught the Environmental Law and Administrative Law classes the Trinity for many years. He has also taught on environmental law issues to lawyers though state local and national organizations. He is a published author and lecturer on real estate and environmental issues affecting public, non-profit and religious organizations.
Professor Allen received his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School, and is an honors graduate of Grinnell College.
He has been active in California State Bar committees, including the Public Law and Environmental Law Sections, and the State Bar select committee on the courts. He is actively involved in national and community organizations.