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Mark Pascal Schlefer Recounts Remarkable Moments of His Life in a Memoir

A lawyer shares extraordinary anecdotes and essays of his incredible journey in life.

Putney, Vermont, USA – WEBWIRE

“The book contains a series of incidents based upon memory. It is a delightful read.”

Mark Pascal Schlefer’s autobiography, “Incidents in a Life,” tells about a few of his life’s unique and remarkable events. From growing up on New York’s Upper West Side to joining the World War II as a bombardier-navigator to being a distinguished lawmaker, Schlefer makes it a point to share the wonderful moments of his life to the readers. He recalls that one time he watched a girl walking across Harvard Yard, falling in love with that girl, and spending the next seventy-three years with her. He recounts that time he had met President Roosevelt and how his defiance of the US Maritime Commission led to the creation of the Freedom of Information Act.

“Incidents in a Life” is a wonderful collection of essays and anecdotes detailing the seminal and extraordinary events in Schlefer’s life. Told with accuracy and brevity, these recollections will not only reveal the author’s fascinating life story but will also share important movements and events of the 20th century America. The autobiography is truly a delightful book to read.
Schlefer’s “Incidents in a Life” will soon be displayed in the upcoming 2018 FIBF happening on October 10 to 14, 2018.
To read more on Schlefer’s work, copies are available at Blurb ( and Amazon (

Incidents in a Life
Written by Mark Pascal Schlefer
Published by Blurb
Published date March 7, 2018
Paperback price $19.95
About the Author
Born in 1992, Mark Pascal Schlefer attended the Fieldston Ethical Culture School, earned high honors at Harvard and entered the US Air Force at the height of World War II. A bombardier-navigator, he flew thirty-six combat missions, and after Germany’s surrender navigated six B-26 Marauder bombers across the Atlantic by dead reckoning with zero margin of error. The trials and responsibilities of wartime service “changed and strengthened who I was”, he believes, and prepared him for a life of distinguished productivity after law school. Starting in the legal powerhouse Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrisson, and ending as senior partner in his own firm, Schlefer helped forge the Freedom of Information Act, led the crusade to integrate Washington’s private schools, and chaired the Lawyers Alliance for World Security (LAWS). He and his beloved wife, Marion, raised three successful children before retiring to rural Vermont.

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 Incidents in a Life
 Mark Pascal Schlefer

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