During his law school career and after, Attorney Massey has excelled because of his powerful work ethic. He achieved to such a high level during his first year of law school that he was invited to write for the Glendale University College of Law, Law Review. Being appointed to the Law Review is a distinct honor at any law school, and only a select few are invited into Law Review based in large part upon grade point average, but also upon factors which indicate to faculty that the invitee will likely excel as an attorney. Mr. Massey has also handled many personal injury and civil rights cases, including filing lawsuits or defending against them, and his trial and appellate skills have translated well into that field, into the many criminal defense cases he has handled, and into the many cases he has handled in areas of the law such as probate, bankruptcy, immigration and others. Attorney Mark A. Massey attended law school at Glendale University College of Law (GUCL) where he earned a Bachelors of Science (BS) degree and then his Juris Doctorate (JD). After passing the Bar Exam, Mr. Massey was hired by the Los Angeles County Office of the County Counsel to prosecute juvenile dependency (child abuse/neglect) cases. After two years of prosecuting dependency cases, however, Mr. Massey could tolerate no more of his clients unethical use of twisted facts and fabrications to win its cases, so he switched sides in order to defend parents and others accused by the DCFS of child abuse or neglect. When you hire Mark A. Massey to represent you in a juvenile dependency case, you not only get the most talented, educated, well trained and well versed in the law attorney you can hire, you also receive his undivided loyalty and attention to your case and to resolving in the most expedient manner possible, your familys dilemma. Mr. Massey has dedicated tremendous portions of his time to pro bono (without charge) representation of parents, defacto parents, and relatives and foster caretakers of children involved in the dependency system.