For more than 40 years, Mark Honeywell has been an active litigator with a track record of resolving a wide variety of complex disputes. Over the course of his distinguished career, he has gained experience in a broad array of legal issues as well as a practical understanding of the benefits of resolution. He now devotes his practice full-time to mediations and arbitrations.
As an approved United States District Court Rule 39 mediator, he has successfully mediated and arbitrated hundreds of cases involving personal injury, professional negligence, products liability, real estate and commercial litigation, sexual abuse of minors, and insurance claims and coverage.
Mark has contributed to his profession as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is also has an educator, author, and engaging speaker whose talk, Professionalism: How To Be On the Offensive Without Being Offensive, has kept audience members awake at a number of seminars over the last ten years. To no one’s great surprise, he received the Washington State Bar Association Board of Governors’ Award for Professionalism.
Married for 49 years, Mark is a proud father and grandparent. He spends a great deal of his alleged leisure time renovating his house on Vashon Island.
J.D., University of Washington School of Law, 1968
Washington Law Review, 1967-68
B.A., Political Science, University of Puget Sound, 1966
JURISDICTIONS ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
Washington State Bar Association
US District Court for the Western District of Washington
PROFESSIONAL & BAR ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
American College of Trial Lawyers
American Board of Trial Advocates
King County Bar Association
- Board of Trustees, 1994-97
Joined Firm in 1969, and became Of Counsel in 2011.
Clerk for Washington State Supreme Court, 1968-69
Adjunct Faculty, University of Puget Sound School of Law, in Legal Writing, 1974-75
HONORS & AWARDS
Selected for inclusion in the 2003-2020 Washington Super Lawyers lists
Washington State Bar Association Board of Governors’ Award for Professionalism, 1993
Associate Editor, WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW, 1967-68