Attorney Mark Coursey has joined the law firm of Elliott & MacLean after recently graduating from the University of Maine School of Law in Portland. While at the University of Maine School of Law he participated in an externship with Connecticut General Assembly, Lewiston-Auburn Economic Growth Council, and the Maine Human Rights Commission. During his last year of law school Coursey interned with Elliott & MacLean, LLP, working under the guidance of Christopher MacLean, Esq., where he mainly assisted with the murder case of State v. Arnold Diana. Prior to law school, Coursey obtained his Bachelor of Science in leadership and organizational studies from University of Southern Maine.

Coursey grew up in southern New England, and has lived in Maine for the past 20 years. He has been involved in several civic organizations during that time, including Rotary, United Way, Good Shepherd Food Bank and the American Cancer Society.

Coursey is admitted to practice law in Maine, and concentrates his practice on criminal law, employment law and human resource law. He is a member of Knox County Bar Association.

In his free time, he enjoys photography and spending time with his two sons.