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TLNPG inductee Mark Proctor standing in his office at Levin Papantonio wearing gret pinstripe suit white shirt and pink and white tie.

Original painting 2019. In the private collection of Levin Papantonio, Pensacola FL.

Mark Proctor is the president of Levin Papantonio, one of the largest andmost successful plaintiff law firms in the United Statesand principal co-host of Mass Torts Made Perfect, the hugely successful educational and networking mass tort conference held twice a year in Vegas for the last 20 years.


He completed his undergraduate work at Emory University and theUniversity of Florida, receiving his degree from the University of Florida in1972, and his law degree from the University of Florida in 1975. While at law school, he was an editor of the Water Law Journal at University ofFlorida and was a member of the honorary fraternity, Phi Delta Phi.


He is licensed to practice law before all state courts in Florida, before theUnited States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts ofFlorida, and before the United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. He is a former Assistant General Counsel for the City of Jacksonville, and the former General Counsel for the State of Florida Department of NaturalResources. He has been an adjunct professor of Environmental Law at theUniversity of Florida and the University of West Florida, and has authored environmental articles for the Center of Land Use Law.


Mr. Proctor is a member of the Florida Bar Association, the Florida JusticeAssociation, the American Association of Justice and the National TrialLawyers Association. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of theFredric G. Levin College of Law at the University of Florida and serves on the boards of directors for several charitable organizations.

Mark Proctor

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