Mark D. Eastburn joined Eastburn and Gray in 2018 and is a member of the firm’s civil litigation, land use and zoning, municipal law, real estate tax assessment law, and criminal defense practice groups.

Mark routinely represents clients in civil and Orphans’ court litigation matters, including cases involving breach of contract, violations of the real estate seller disclosure law, partition, ejectment, landlord-tenant disputes, and tax assessment appeals. Mark has served as court-appointed partition master and as counsel for alleged incapacitated persons in guardianship matters. Mark also frequently represents private and municipal clients before zoning hearing boards, municipal governing bodies, and on appeal in land development matters and zoning appeals, including conditional use, variance, and special exception applications, and zoning and code enforcement proceedings.

Mark has represented clients charged with all manner of crimes ranging from DUI to homicide. Mark has obtained not guilty verdicts following trial, negotiated the withdrawal of charges and favorable sentences for his clients, and assisted his clients navigate diversionary programs to avoid conviction. Mark has also assisted his clients to obtain the expungement and sealing of their criminal histories.

Prior to joining Eastburn and Gray, Mark worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Bucks County and as law clerk for a Judge of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.


Mark is a member of the Bucks County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. Mark has been a member of the Bucks County American Inns of Court since 2015.

Bar Admission

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; Supreme Court of New Jersey; and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.


Mark received his law degree from St. John’s University School of Law in New York and his B.A. in Economics from Fairfield University in Connecticut.

Honors and Awards

  • Selected by peers for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers magazine, 2020 - present.

Volunteer and Community Work

Mark serves as Chairman of the Aldie Foundation Board of Directors. The Aldie Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation which offers a variety of treatment and therapy to individuals throughout Bucks County with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Personal Data

Mark is a native of Doylestown and currently resides in Upper Saucon Township with his wife Jessica and daughter Charlotte. Mark’s great grandfather was a founder of Eastburn and Gray. His father Rod and sister Sarah are both attorneys at the firm.