Michael is an associate who focuses on medical malpractice defense litigation. “I count it a high honor to stand beside healthcare professionals experiencing the challenge that malpractice allegations present,” he says. “Those who practice the healing arts bring ample education and training to their workplaces, and they take their reputations seriously; in representing medical professionals, I diligently strive to protect our clients’ interests throughout the winding turns of the litigation process.”
Michael graduated cum laude from Regent University School of Law and received numerous awards for his skills in trial advocacy. During law school, Michael served as an editor for the Regent University Law Review, and he was a member of the first-place team for the 2018 National Pretrial Competition hosted in Gulf Port, Florida. Additionally, Michael served as a law clerk for the civil division of the United States Attorney’s office in Norfolk, Virginia, and he was an intern for the Honorable United States District Judge Mark S. Davis.
Pensacola Christian College, B.A.
Regent University School of Law, J.D.
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