Michael grew up on Cape Cod and graduated from Cape Cod Academy. He moved to Florida and attended Eckerd College in St. Petersburg where he obtained a B.A. in Environmental Studies.... more
Michael grew up on Cape Cod and graduated from Cape Cod Academy. He moved to Florida and attended Eckerd College in St. Petersburg where he obtained a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Michael graduated from Vermont Law School and began his legal career in Florida. He worked from the judicial perspective as a Trial Court Staff Attorney and performed extensive legal research and drafted judic... view profile
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