Mark Gottlieb, J.D.
Mark Gottlieb joined the staff of the Public Health Advocacy Institute in 1993 after graduating from Northeastern University School of Law.
His efforts have focused on researching tobacco litigation as a public health strategy as director of the Tobacco Products Liability Project, reducing the harm caused by secondhand tobacco smoke through a variety of legal and policy approaches, fostering scholarship using tobacco industry documents, and, more recently, examining legal and policy approaches to address obesity.
Mark is an adjunct professor at Northeastern University School of Law where he teaches and operates the Public Health Legal Clinic. He is the Executive Director of the Institute and lives in Cambridge, MA with his wife and assorted children and dogs. A listing of some of his publications can be viewed here.