Mike Greenberg is a Constitutional Law Fellow at the Institute for Justice. He joined IJ’s headquarters office in 2020 after clerking in the Florida state office in the summer of 2019. Mike is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, where he was President of the Federalist Society and a member of the Moot Court Honors Team. He also holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Florida.
Mike was born in New York but raised in South Florida. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, trying to get his cat to like him, and passionately rooting for the New York Yankees and Florida Gators.
Civil Forfeiture | Private Property
In Indiana, prosecutors profit off the civil forfeiture cases they prosecute, creating perverse incentives that strips Hoosiers of their basic due process rights. A federal class action lawsuit from IJ seeks to end for-profit prosecutions…
Economic Liberty | Fresh Start | Occupational Licensing
Rudy Carey wants to help people overcome addiction through counseling, but Virginia has decided he cannot do so because he has a prior criminal conviction. The Constitution protects Rudy’s right to earn an honest living,…
4th Amendment Project | Civil Forfeiture | Private Property
FBI agents broke into hundreds of private security deposit box without warrants. Holding government officials accountable for violating Fourth Amendment rights is crucial to ensure similar abuses don’t occur in the future.
Fines and Fees | Private Property
Sandy Martinez received more than $100,000 in fines for how she parked on her own driveway. This excessive fine not only threatens to financially cripple Sandy, it’s also unconstitutional and is the reason she has…
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