Government experience

Michael worked for four years as a legislative aide to a United States senator.

Teaching the next generation

He is a former high school Social Studies teacher

Helping asylum seekers

Michael represented a Liberian family whom he helped win political asylum in the United States in a pro bono matter.

Michael Carlson has extensive experience in resolving—through litigation or alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, including international arbitration—sophisticated insurance and reinsurance disputes, including those involving healthcare liability, professional liability, toxic tort, and product liability issues. 

He also has experience in handling appeals on important insurance coverage issues before state and federal courts.

Prior to joining Hangley Aronchick, Michael was an associate at DLA Piper, LLP.

He is a 2002 graduate, cum laude, of Temple University School of Law, where he was a member of the Temple Law Review. Upon completing law school, Michael served as a law clerk for Justice Ronald Castille of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Before entering law school, he taught high school social studies for one year and then served for four years as a legislative aide to a United States senator.

Honors & Awards

Member, Temple University Law Review

Award Methodologies

Pro Bono

Michael represents a Liberian family and recently helped them win political asylum in the United States

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