Philly's Top Criminal and Landlord-Tenant Lawyer
Mark D. Copoulos
Mark Copoulos is a trial lawyer and the founder of Law Office of Mark Copoulos. He has litigated thousands of cases in the Philadelphia area since he opened his doors in 2011. He points with pride to succesful acquittals in gun and drug cases, and felony and misdemeanor cases including Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Felony Firearm charges, Drug Possession, Driving Under the Influence, and more.
Mark Copoulos is a busy Landlord-Tenant lawyer. He has obtained thousands of verdicts for satisfied landlords and tenants in resolution of their matters. He has successfully evicted delinquent tenants, and stopped tyrannical landlords. He is prompt and expeditious in his representation. He understands that TIME and MONEY are the most important components of any landlord-tenant case.
Mark Copoulos is active in the community. He is a former treasurer of the Philadelphia Criminal Law American Inn of Court. Mr. Copoulos has provided Pro Bono legal service to the Philadelphia Volunteer Indigent Program (“VIP”), as well as the Philadelphia Support Center for Child Advocates.
Mark is a graduate of the University of Arizona and the Villanova University School of Law. In college, he was a Resident Assistant, Student Body Senator, and Mock Trial and Debate Team Standout. He is particularly proud of his voracious work ethic in college, where he held down two part-time jobs, despite being extremely involved in campus life. At law school, Mark made the Moot Court Board and Trial Competition Team.
Mark points with pride to his humble beginnings. Since the age of sixteen he worked a litany of part-time jobs including U-Haul, various small businesses, a Mexican cafe, and other college related employers.
He is admitted to practice before the the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the Supreme Court of New Jersey. He maintains active membership with the Philadelphia Bar Association, and the Philadelphia Criminal Law Inn of Court chapter.
What Does Winning Mean To You?
One of the first questions Mark Copoulos asks his clients is, “What does winning mean to you?” Winning means different things to different people, in different situations. For some winning is getting out of prison, for others it is vindication in court, for a landlord winning may be obtaining an expensive money judgment against a delinquent tenant. Whatever your definition of winning, there is no substitute for winning.
We focus relentlessly on winning your case based on your stated definition. We are simultaneously committed to keeping costs down and charging reasonable prices for services rendered. There will be no mark-ups at the Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos. At the end of the attorney-client relationship if we have not won your case we have not done our job. It is that simple.
Schedule a consultation. Give us a call. Before you pick up the phone understand winning means different things at different times to different people. Be ready to answer that critical question: “What does winning mean to you?”