Michael is a business attorney at Rose Law Firm who focuses his practice on producing creative solutions for his business-oriented clients, dealing with corporate and business planning, navigating business disputes, consulting on mergers and acquisitions, advising on real estate transactions, advising on lending, conducting negotiations, counseling on contractual relations, lobbying local and state governing bodies, and guiding his clients through complex regulatory environments.
Prior to law school, Michael interned with the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office in the Gang Task Force Unit. During law school, he worked with various prominent firms in Arkansas as a law clerk. He served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Ben T. Barry in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Arkansas and as a legislative extern for Congressman Steve Womack (AR-3). He was also a mentor to younger students and served on the Editorial Board of the Arkansas Law Review.
After law school, Michael continued his education by becoming a Master in Business Administration. While at the Sam M. Walton Graduate School of Business, Michael was appointed as a member of the MBA Curriculum Redesign Committee.
Michael has shown a clear dedication to ethics, serving as an elected representative to the Student Conduct Council at the University of Arkansas School of Law, an appointed member of the Arkansas Law Review Disciplinary Committee, and as an appointed member of the University of Arkansas All-University Academic Integrity Board.