Internet for Lawyers
Organization Type: Consulting Firm
Position/Title: Founder & Vice President
Functional Area: Consulting, Education
Year of Induction: 2014
7820 Enchanted Hills Dr., Suite 215
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Mark E. Rosch is Vice-President of Internet for Lawyers. He is an internationally recognized speaker and author on the subjects of using the Internet for investigative and background research. He writes, speaks, and tweets about legal technology for firms, and on how to use cloud computing tools to improve productivity. Mark is also the developer and manager of the Internet for Lawyers Web site (http://www.netforlawyer.com), online CLE programs, and Facebook Company Page. Together with his partner Carole Levitt, Mark has co-authored numerous books for the ABA Law Practice Division, including Google Gmail and Calendar in One Hour for Lawyers (2013), Find Info Like a Pro, Volumes 1 and 2 (2010 and 2011), Google For Lawyers (2010), and two editions of The Lawyer’s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (2003 and 2007). He and Levitt have also co-authored thirteen editions of The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet.
Mark has served on the ABA Law Practice Division’s (LP’s) TECHSHOW Planning Board since 2013. Additionally, he was named to the “Fastcase 50” in 2013 and nominated as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management in 2014. Mark has also served on the ABA LP Division’s Education Board and its State and Local Bar Outreach Committee. He has also served in various leadership positions in the Association of Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA).
You can follow him on Twitter @MarkRosch or Facebook.com/Internet.For.Lawyers.
CITATION UPON INDUCTION INTO THE COLLEGE
Mark Rosch got his start not in the legal profession but in the television and movie industry, serving as Vice President of Public Relations for E! Entertainment Television. He eventually moved into the legal industry and, along with his wife and partner, Carole Levitt, founded Internet for Lawyers and wrote The Lawyers Guide to Factfinding on the Internet – generally recognized as the first major book on how lawyers could use the Internet effectively. Since then, Mark has been a sought-after speaker for audiences in the legal profession on the use of the Internet, and he has gone on to publish several additional books which have played a prominent role in establishing a specialized Internet knowledge base for lawyers and legal management professionals.