Michael Park has been an associate with the Firm since 2012 and focuses on complex commercial litigation. Michael’s work has included analysis and study of documentary and testimonial evidence in complex commercial and fraud litigation, litigating disputes concerning attorney client and work product privilege, conducting client and witness interviews, and ediscovery management.
Michael received his bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University in 2007, and was awarded his law degree by Hofstra University in 2010. While attending law school at Hofstra University, Michael was a member of the Criminal Justice Clinic, trial competition teams, and served as training coordinator for the Hofstra chapter of the Unemployment Action Center, an organization which provides student-advocates for claimants in unemployment hearings.
In addition to receiving a Public Service award, Michael was also awarded the Judge Edward Hart Scholarship for Excellence in Trial Advocacy. Michael has been trained as a mediator at Community Mediation Services in Queens, New York, and was a supervisor at a 24-hour suicide prevention and crisis hotline.