The first member of his family to go to college, Michael Henry is a New York-based attorney whose practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation. Michael is admitted to practice in the State of New York, Eastern District of New York, Southern District of New York, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and has represented numerous asylum seekers from China before the Executive Office of Immigration Review. In law school, Michael was a judicial intern for The Honorable John M. Czygier, Jr., Suffolk County Surrogate’s Court. Michael has appeared as both a legal and political analyst on local and national television and talk radio programs. Michael has authored columns on a variety of topics over the years, including immigration, and public policy, and has worked with both political candidates and political organizations throughout the United States. Prior to practicing law, Michael was employed in the mortgage industry, gaining significant management experience. Additionally, Michael spent time abroad while earning his M.A. in International Relations with an additional Graduate Certification in International Law and Diplomacy. Michael has been an active member of the Federalist Society since law school, holding roles as a law school chapter president and a regional coordinator. Michael is also a member of multiple Italian American Lawyers associations.