- Human rights and housing
- Renting law and policy
- Rent regulation and security of tenure
- Social movements and social change
- Comparative law
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Mark attained his LLB at the National University of Ireland Galway in 2011 and was awarded his PhD in 2021 from the University of Southampton.
Mark worked as a land law researcher at the Office of the Attorney General in 2012 and following this he worked as a researcher with Ballymun Community Law Centre where he provided research support for a Collective Complaint on housing that was taken against Ireland in 2014.
Mark joined Southampton Law School in October 2012 as a Research Fellow on the Tenlaw research project from 2012-2015. After a series of short term contracts, he was appointed as Lecturer in 2016.
Mark was a visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Housing Law Rights and Policy at National University of Ireland Galway in 2021 and he has given guest lectures at a number of Universities including the University of Barcelona and the University of Bremen.
Outside of work, Mark was a founding member of St Jude's Gaelic Football Club (2013) in Southampton and he is a lifelong Mayo GAA fan.