Mark Brauch is the Director of Information Services for Larkin Hoffman and is responsible for managing ‎the day-to-day administrative functions of the Firm’s information services. He provides the vision and ‎leadership for designing, developing and implementing IT initiatives that create business value for Larkin ‎Hoffman. Mark oversees all IT functions including education, technical support, data center management, ‎network design, disaster recovery, vendor relations and security. He also oversees electronic records ‎management, litigation practice support, electronic discovery processing, and document production ‎services. ‎

Mark is a Past President of the Minnesota Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALAMN), ‎having also served on and as chair for several ALAMN committees. He is also active in the Association of ‎Legal Administrators (ALA), and the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).‎



Education

North Dakota State College of Science, 1980
Control Data Institute, 1983
University of Minnesota Continuing Education and Extension
University of St. Thomas Management Center


Prior Professional Experience

MIS Manager, Leonard, Street and Deinard, 1988-1994
Systems Administrator, Barger and Wolen, 1987-1988


Professional Associations & Memberships

Association of Legal Administrators
Minnesota Legal Administrators Association
     President
     Vice President of General Administration, 1997-98, 2005-06
     Vice President of Education, 1998-99
     Chair, Systems and Technology Committee, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1996-97