Michael H. Kleinman graduated with honors from Emory University School of Law in 2015, where he was a Managing Editor and contributing author for the Emory International Law Review. He completed his third year of law school in a clinical field placement with Georgia Legal Services Program, where he worked on a wide range of regulatory matters including education discrimination and the distribution of federal grant funds.
After graduating law school, Michael worked as a civil rights fellow, where he helped prepare cases involving free speech and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Michael joined O’Brien & Feiler as an attorney in 2016, and has quickly gained proficiency as an advocate for clients deserving of Social Security Disability benefits. Michael earned his Bachelors Degree in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania, and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Emory University School of Law.