|Mark D. Martin|
|Current Court Information:|
|North Carolina Supreme Court|
|Past position:||North Carolina Court of Appeals|
|Born:||April 29, 1963|
|Bachelors:||Western Carolina University, 1985|
|Law School:||University of North Carolina School of Law, 1988|
|Grad. School:||Virginia School of Law, 1998|
Mark Martin is an associate justice on the North Carolina Supreme Court. He was elected in 1998 in a non-partisan election to an eight-year term, and then again in 2006. His current term expires in 2014.
Martin received his B.S. degree from Western Carolina University in 1985 and his J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law in 1988. He later graduated from National Judicial College in the General Jurisdiction Course and in 1998, earned a Master of Laws in Judicial Process from the University of Virginia School of Law.
After graduating from law school, Martin was a law clerk for Clyde Hamilton. Next he moved to the private sector, working as an attorney for the McNair Law Firm. Throughout his career, Martin has taught law at Duke University School of Law, North Carolina Central University School of Law and University of North Carolina School of Law. Before joining the Superior Court in 1993, he served as legal counsel to North Carolina Governor James G. Martin. Martin moved to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, where he served from 1994 to 1999. In 1998, he was elected to the North Carolina Supreme Court.
- The North Carolina Court System, Mark D. Martin
- Project Vote Smart, Senior Associate Justice Mark D. Martin (NC)
- WRAL.com, "State Supreme Court tie vote keeps lottery law in place", March 20, 2009
- Nash County Republican Party, "North Carolina Republican Party Endorses Six Judicial Candidates", April 13, 2006
|Former||Edward Thomas Brady •|