MIKE TAKES AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO MOST CHALLENGES, USING PRAGMATIC GRIT FROM GROWING UP ON A CHICKEN FARM IN THE OZARKS AND HIS BACKGROUND IN QUANTITATIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE AND POLICY TO FIND THE BEST SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX PROBLEMS.
He advises clients for litigation and compliance on federal, state, and local regulatory issues spanning environmental, trade, data privacy, and transportation to telecom, governance, and the constitution. Mike retains a broad pro bono practice as well, including the Firm’s monthly criminal expungement and housing court clinics, voter protection during election season, and asylum representation. Before joining the Firm, he ran a close election voter protection program for a presidential campaign in a hotly contested battleground state and worked for the Ranking Member on the Senate Judiciary Committee. He is also a JAG officer in the U.S. Army Reserve.