Dr. Mark Bamberger began working as a geologist and environmental attorney in 2007 for David Altman Law, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Soon after, he joined Baver & Bookwalter, LLP, a small general practice law firm in Miamisburg, Ohio. At Baver, Mark focused on bankruptcy and environmental law. In 2009, Mark founded The Mark Bamberger Co., LLC in Tipp City, Ohio. TMBC currently is a multi-million-dollar law practice with four offices in and around Greater Dayton and Cincinnati. The growing general practice currently focuses on divorce and custody cases, criminal defense, employment law, federal and state civil litigation, and animal law.
Mark is a member of the Ohio Bar Association; having served two terms as the Chairperson of OSBA’s Animal Law Committee. He is general counsel for several animal rescue organizations and shelters in central Ohio and a wolf rescue and sanctuary in Indiana. He was past Vice-Chairperson and then Chairperson of the Dayton Bar Association’s Environmental Law Committee. Mark is also involved in the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyer Project, occasionally providing pro bono divorces and bankruptcies. He is affiliated with the United States District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, The United States Appellate Court for the Sixth Circuit, and The Ohio Appellate Court for the Second District. Bamberger regularly writes and publishes on his website (www.bambergerlaw.com) in the areas of criminal defense, appellate practice, motorcycle law, litigation strategy, animal law, and legal ethics in solo practice.
Prior to his law career, Mark was a practicing and teaching environmental geologist from 1989 through 2006, working and/or teaching in Kansas, northern Mexico, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, New York, Connecticut, and Ohio. His technical specialties were groundwater contamination and geochemical migration, hazardous waste site investigation and remediation, plate tectonics, and environmental philosophy and education. He worked for two state agencies, a governmental subdivision, and several major consulting firms. In addition, Mark was a part-time adjunct college professor of geology at six universities between 1985 and 2007. He was a Miami Red(skin)hawk for his BA in geology, a Wichita State Wheatshocker for his MS in geology, a Binghamton Bearcat for post-graduate geology work, at The Union Institute and University to finish his Ph.D. in environmental geology and political history, and a Crusader for his J.D. from Capital University.
After living and working in Connecticut, Kansas, and upstate New York, Mark returned to southwestern Ohio in 1992. He is currently settled in Spring Valley, Ohio with five cats, three daughters and two dogs. Mark’s hobbies include motorcycles and long-distance motorcycle travel on his beloved Honda Goldwing, golf, political advocacy, and football. He can be reached at (937) 317-0222 or via mark@ bambergerlaw.com.