Vice President & General Counsel

Mark DiVincenzo was appointed Vice President and General Counsel in March 2015.  As Vice President and General Counsel, Mr. DiVincenzo serves as a senior advisor to the President and his senior leadership, and as the Institute’s chief legal officer.  He oversees all of the Institute’s legal and regulatory affairs. In addition to the Office of the General Counsel, the Institute Risk Officer and the office of Risk Management & Compliance Services report to Mr. DiVincenzo.

Mr. DiVincenzo joined MIT in 2001 as Litigation and Risk Management Counsel in the Senior Counsel’s Office (now the Office of the General Counsel).  He was named Deputy General Counsel in 2007.  Prior to joining MIT, Mr. DiVincenzo practiced law with Burns and Levinson as a business litigator and trial attorney, and then with the Boston office of Jackson Lewis, a national labor and employment law firm.  Mr. DiVincenzo graduated from Boston College with a BA in Political Science, magna cum laude, and earned his law degree from the Cornell Law School. He is an active member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and the College and University Law Section of the Boston Bar Association.