2016 – Present: Greehan, Taves & Pandak, PLLC
2014: Intern, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Intern, U.S. Attorney’s Office (EDVA)
2013: Intern, Kaim Todner Solicitors LTD
As an associate with GTP, Michael focuses on advising local governments, multi-jurisdictional entities, and non-profits. Michael has assisted with a variety of legal issues, including land use, tax and zoning issues, easement acquisition and enforcement, local ordinances, personnel matters, and inter-jurisdictional agreements. He has co-authored Amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court and the Virginia Supreme Court. In federal court, he has worked on issues relating to the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act. In Circuit Court, he has worked on litigation on behalf of localities concerning tax and condemnation matters, as well as issues regarding a homeowners association. He also prosecuted misdemeanors in General District Court. Michael advises clients on contracts and procurement, Freedom of Information Act rights and responsibilities, and corporate documents
Michael graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in 2015. While there, he was an associate with the Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business, as well as a member of the Phi Delta Phi legal honor society.
- Virginia Town & City, June 2016, Vol. 51 No. 5 “Let the People Speak, a Quick Guide to When and How to Hold a Public Hearing”, co-authored with Zachary Packard