Martin Pritikin, an experienced lawyer and educator, is the Dean of Concord Law School at Kaplan University. In this role, Mr. Pritikin is responsible for providing academic leadership for the Concord Law School programs, faculty, and students while advancing the school’s mission to provide an affordable and accessible education for aspiring attorneys and others seeking to learn the law. With more than 15 years of professional experience, he most recently served as the associate dean of Whittier Law School in California. Previously, Mr. Pritikin spent several years practicing law with Quinn Emanuel in Los Angeles, where his clients included Lockheed Martin, Fox Studios, and Union Bank of California. He entered academia full-time in 2004 at Whittier Law School, where he has taught courses on evidence, advanced litigation, criminal law, and wills and trusts. He has maintained his connection to practice even while in academia, including as a summer volunteer at a prosecutor's office and as a consultant on a multi-year litigation against Lehman Brothers in bankruptcy court.