Delfino Madden’s 2022 Summer Associates

Published June 23, 2022

On May 23, 2022, Delfino Madden welcomed its 2022 summer associate class.  Drawing from the region’s top law schools, this year’s summer associates have experience ranging from military intelligence to civil litigation and criminal investigations.  Over the course of eight weeks, the summer associates will complete projects in each of the firm’s practice areas, working alongside and assisting attorneys with corporate, employment, civil litigation, and family law matters.  In addition, they will have multiple opportunities to engage with attorneys, paralegals, and secretaries throughout the summer through various social events.  We are excited to have them join us and to continue to work with them on interesting and challenging projects before they return to school in the fall to complete their legal studies.

Chris Iliff is a rising 3L at King Hall (UC Davis School of Law). Chris attended Santa Clara University for his undergraduate degree, where he was a member of the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and the club sailing team. Prior to law school, Chris served as a Military Intelligence Officer in the US Army, where he spent time with a motorized infantry battalion, provided remote intelligence support to forward deployed troops in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, and trained with foreign troops from Nepal, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Tanzania. He continues to serve as a member of the California Army National Guard. Chris is Vice President of the King Hall Veterans Association and Submissions Chair for the Journal of International Law and Policy at UC Davis. This past summer, he interned with Swords to Plowshares, where he assisted veterans in filing for discharge upgrades and claims before the Department of Veterans Affairs. In his personal time, Chris is a diehard fan of the San Francisco Giants and enjoys golfing, kayaking, and hiking with his dog.

Mark Marsenovic is a rising 3L at Pacific McGeorge School of Law (University of the Pacific).  Mark received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California, during which time he clerked with a civil law firm working on qui tam, mass tort, personal injury, and class action litigation, and worked as an investigative assistant for the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office.  Mark also has experience working in regional sales for a fireworks company and as a construction site manager.  While in law school, Mark has participated in both Law Review and Mock Trial.  In his personal time, Mark enjoys snowboarding at North Star, doing MMA, and watching football.

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