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Mark W. Riordan

Profile Summary

Mr. Mark W. Riordan joined Thomas J. Henry in 2016 and currently works alongside the firm’s senior attorneys in pursuit of fair compensation for clients involved in auto and trucking accidents, company vehicle accidents, on the job accidents, and premises liability accidents.

Mr. Riordan obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence from New England School of Law and also holds a Bachelor of the Arts from the University of Kansas. During his final year at New England School of Law, Mr. Riordan was awarded the Public Interest Award for his diligent representation of clients in need.

Prior to joining Thomas J. Henry, Mr. Riordan worked in immigration law and criminal defense as well as civil litigation. He has prepared numerous motions, pre-trial briefs, and memorandums in support of his clients, completed extensive legal research for the benefit of his clients, and has conducted numerous interviews.

Mr. Riordan believes that it is an attorney’s duty to be prepared for any and all possible outcomes while keeping clients informed on the status of their case. He represents his clients aggressively from initial contact to case resolution, pursuing all possible forms of relief in an effective, logical, and creative manner.

Beyond his work as an attorney, Mr. Riordan is also a classically trained chef. When not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his two dogs whom he describes as being “pretty much my kids.”



  • State Bar of Texas
  • New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts (J.D.)
    • Dean’s List
    • Immigration Law Association
    • International Law Society
    • Environmental Law Society
    • Public Interest Law Association
    • Pubic Interest Award Recipient
  • University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (B.A.)
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