Mark L. Irvings
- Born June 1949
After obtaining a degree in dispute resolution and labor economics from Harvard University and a law degree from Northeastern University, he began working in the field of alternative dispute resolution in 1975 and was admitted to the National Academy of Arbitrators in 1981. He is based in Boston, MA. He became one of the most prominent practitioners in the field of arbitration in New England. Among the thousands of cases which he heard over the years were a number of salary arbitration hearings on behalf of Major League Baseball starting in 2012. That helped to distinguish him as a potential candidate to replace Horowitz after he was fired.