Mark M. Schorr
Attorney at Law
Mr. Schorr is a member of the Labor Relations Council of the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry, and is also an appointed member of the American Bar Association’s Committee on Development of the Law under the National Labor Relations Act. He has been listed for many years as one of the leading attorneys in Nebraska by Chambers USA-America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. He is also currently listed as one of the Great Plains Super Lawyers 2010, published by Minnesota Law and Politics Magazine. Mr. Schorr has also been recognized for several years as one of the top labor and employment law specialists in America, in previous and the latest edition of Super Lawyers-Corporate Counsel Edition.
Mr. Schorr is the Editor of the Nebraska Employment Law Letter, and the Nebraska Representative in the Employers Counsel Network (ECN). He also is a Contributing Editor to The Developing Labor Law, a leading Treatise published by the ABA and the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA). Mark is a member of the Labor Relations Council of the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
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301 South 13th Street Suite 400
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-2571
B.S. (Bus. Admin.) University of Nebraska 1978, J.D. University of Nebraska College of Law 1982
Lincoln Bar Association, Nebraska State Bar Association, American Bar Association (ABA), Labor and Employment Law Section Committee on Development of the Law Under the, National Labor Relations Act
United Way of Lincoln/Lancaster County President and Board Chair (1999), Board of Directors (1994-2000), Executive Committee (1995-2000), Chair-Allocations Division (1995), Corp. Secretary (1996-1997) Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Labor Relations Council President, Westminster Presbyterian Church Foundation, Past Elder, Deacon and President of Church Corporation Lancaster County Personnel Board (1994-2002), Chair (1997-1998; 2001-2002) Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity (Past President), Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity (Alumni Board of Directors, Treasurer)
Nebraska, United States District Court (Nebraska), United States District Court (North Dakota), United States Court of Appeals (8th Circuit)
Employers Counsel Network
The Employers Counsel Network (ECN) is comprised of carefully selected top-level law firms, with just one firm in each of the 50 states, Washington D.C. and Canada, with recognized expertise in labor and employment law.
Each ECN firm was selected due to its recognized expertise and reputation as a leading firm in labor and employment law area. Attorneys at each of the 52 ECN firms are also well known as editors of their respective state's Employment Law Letter. Mark M. Schorr is the Editor of The Nebraska Employment Law Letter.
Mr. Schorr, Mr. White, and Erickson | Sederstrom are the exclusive Nebraska representatives in the ECN.