Micah R. Green

Micah R. Green

Micah received his B.S. in 2012 from The University of Central Florida, Rosen College of Hospitality management. Micah went on to work in the financial industry as a credit card specialist, and later in the insurance field, as a licensed insurance adjuster for Liberty Mutual Insurance before receiving his Juris Doctorate in 2017.

While in law school Micah served as Chair of the Advocacy board, President of the Black Law Students Association, and also as a Moot Court skills coach. Micah’s concentration focused primarily on International law, Constitutional law, and Appellate advocacy.

Micah’s scholastic achievements include arguing as a finalist team at the 19th annual National Entertainment Law Moot Court competition held at Pepperdine University’s college of law in Malibu CA, Micah’s team also took home the award for 3rd best written appellate brief. Micah was ranked 6, out of 84 competitors, at UNLV’s gaming law moot court, held in Las Vegas Nevada. Micah competed at the 2015 ABA National Appellate Advocacy competition, finishing amongst the top 10 oral advocates during the Philadelphia regional finals in 2015. Micah has also coached teams who have competed in the Florida Bar’s YLD moot court, and also the Earl E. Zehmer national workers compensation moot court competiton.

Interesting facts about Micah include having an identical twin brother, who is an NPC professional body builder. Micah has also testified before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

Education:

J.D. (2017)
Florida A&M University College of Law, Orlando, Florida

B.S. in Hospitality Management, minor in Anthropology  (2012)
University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Awards:

Florida Bar Workers Compensation Moot Court – Received best coach award, after coaching two moot court teams. (2017)

Pepperdine University College of Law National Entertainment Law Moot Court, Malibu, CA – Winner of the third place award for best written brief, first place tie for number 1 oral advocate out of a field of 64 competitors, winner of the finalist award during oral arguments. (2017)

UNLV Law School National Gaming Law Moot Court – Finished number 6 ranked oralist out of a field of 82 competitors. (2017)

National Appellate Advocacy Competition, Philadelphia Regionals – Number 11 oralist out of a field of 47 competitors. Received the only perfect 100 score card during competition. (2016)

Academic Papers and Publications:

France’s Debt to Haiti: Reexamining the Haitian Revolt (2016)

Assata is Welcome Here: Domestic Terrorism and International Human Rights, Examining the Assata Shakur arrest, trial, escape, and her eventual designation as a political prisoner under international human rights law (2016)

Who Betrayed the African World Revolution:  A discussion detailing the exact ways Dr. King’s dream hindered the growth of black Americans and the true implications of a disingenuous movement created by a minority and pushed to the majority (2016)