Michael H. Fienman earned his undergraduate degree from Dickinson College and his law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. During law school, he worked as a law clerk for litigation and criminal defense firms and was awarded a place on the Dean’s List for superior academic achievement. After graduation, he moved back to Philadelphia, the city where he was born, and established The Law Office of Michael H. Fienman.

Mr. Fienman’s clients are individuals and businesses with diverse legal needs. As such, his practice focuses on litigation in both the civil and criminal contexts and includes representation in civil, criminal and administrative proceedings. The hallmark of Mr. Fienman’s practice is his drive to exceed client expectations and obtain a favorable outcome for every matter in which he is involved.

In addition to serving clients, Mr. Fienman is a certified arbitrator for the First Judicial District and a mediator for alternative dispute resolution matters. He has also logged hundreds of hours as a volunteer attorney and was awarded a place on the Pro Bono Roll of Honor by the judges of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas in 2011 and 2012.

Mr. Fienman is admitted to the Bar in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is licensed to practice before The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, The Supreme Court of New Jersey and the United States District Court of New Jersey.

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