Mark C. DeSantis joined Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth in November 2016 after completing a fellowship with the Global Antitrust Institute where he performed research related to the intersection of international antitrust and intellectual property law.
Mr. DeSantis attended law school at George Mason University School of Law and graduated with a Communications Law Concentration. While in law school, he served as Articles Editor on the George Mason Law Review and was a member of George Mason’s Trial Advocacy Association. He got his introduction to communications law and copyrights from an internship with the Public Broadcasting Service’s Office of the General Counsel. He went on to intern at the Federal Communications Commission’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, and later clerked for FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai. Mr. DeSantis is a member of the Virginia bar, as well as the Federal Communications Bar Association.