A Real Philadelphia Trial Lawyer

Mark Copoulos has successfully resolved thousands of criminal defense, civil litigation and landlord tenant matters in Philadelphia, PA.
Mark D. Copoulos

Mark Copoulos is a businessman and a lawyer.  He understands that you want to successfully resolve your case at a reasonable price.  Since 2011, Copoulos has realized this vision at the Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos.  He has litigated thousands of criminal defense, landlord tenant and civil matters in Philadelphia, PA. From gun shootings in South Philadelphia to ejectments in North Philadelphia, to evictions in University City, Mark has the experience to successfully resolve your case at a reasonable price.

Copoulos has an unparalleled work ethic.  At age sixteen he worked at a U-Haul.  At age eighteen he worked at a tuxedo store. In college he served tacos and worked as a desk assistant.  Copoulos excelled in college at the University of Arizona, ultimately becoming Student Body Senator, treasurer of the mock trial team, and a resident assistant. While in law school at Villanova University School of Law, Copoulos was a member of both the moot court board and national trial competition team. He was the only member of his class of 262 to compete for both both teams. He also completed externships for Philadelphia civil and criminal judges, and the Office of the District Attorney of Philadelphia.

After law school Mark Copoulos passed the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bar exams.  He then started his own office.  Copoulos founded his law firm at the height of the Occupy Wall Street movement. His message of bringing reasonably priced legal services to the people was infectious. Copoulos Law Office is located at 1628 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 2120, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

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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?”