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Mark Zinck is a well known Toronto criminal defence attorney whose legal opinions have been featured in both local and national media publications throughout Canada, including:

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Dalhousie Law School: LLB
St. Thomas University: BA

Professional Memberships:
Law Society of Ontario: Practising Lawyer

Bar Admissions:
Nova Scotia

Canada Millennium Excellence Award (2004)
Outstanding Scholars Award (2001)

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