Stanley Mark is Senior Staff Attorney at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF). He conducts and coordinates community education and free legal rights clinics for immigrant families seeking legal advice on a range of immigration and citizenship matters. He has represented Japanese Americans pursuing redress under the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 whose families were interned in US concentration camps during World War II. Since 1995, he has initiated and conducted an AALDEF civic participation campaign that has assisted thousands of persons in becoming U.S. citizens and registering them to vote at the U.S. District Courthouse. He is co-founding member of the Beyond Ground Zero Network, a community based coalition that is advocating for medical treatment, health insurance coverage, and research studies for community residents living in the Lower East Side and Chinatown. He had served on the Board of Directors of the Asian American Bar Association of New York and was an Advisory Board Member of the New York State Assembly Task Force on New Americans. He has also served on both the Community Funding Board and the Board of Directors of the North Star Fund. He co-authored “Have We Learned the Lessons of History? World War II Japanese Internment and Today’s Secret Detentions” with Cyrus Mehta and Suzette Brooks Masters published by the American Immigration Law Foundation, now known as the American Immigration Council. He is a graduate of Seton Hall Law School.