Mark H. Goodrich
Mark H. Goodrich lives in Reno, Nevada, where he operates an international practice restricted to aviation law and consulting. He received a B.S. from Iowa State University, where he studied aerospace engineering and industrial administration. His legal education was at Drake University, from which he received a J.D. in 1980. Admitted to the bar immediately after graduation from law school, he has since been admitted to practice pro hac vice by trial courts throughout the United States and in foreign jurisdictions.
Captain Goodrich has been a professional pilot since 1965, is licensed to fly aircraft up to and including the Boeing 747, and has accumulated over 18,000 hours of worldwide flight experience. He has worked in the industry as a mechanic, flight instructor, charter pilot, international airline pilot, accident investigator, airport manager, and fixed-base operator.
An aviation consultant since 1968, his experience has included a broad spectrum of consulting to government, industry, and the legal profession, including the investigation of over 100 aircraft accidents. A frequent speaker and published author on aviation law, regulation and policy, he contributes to technical journals regarding aviation topics, and has been invited to consult with governments and aviation businesses worldwide.
Since 1980, he has maintained an international law practice, including commercial, products, and administrative law, and civil litigation, both in the United States and abroad.
He is a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators, American Helicopter Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Bar Association, Aviation and Space Writers Association, NTSB Bar Association, Society of Automotive Engineers, and other organizations.
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