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Michael Froehlich

Michael Froehlich, JD

  • Lecturer, MSSP Program

Michael Froehlich is the Managing Attorney of Community Legal Service’s Homeownership and Consumer Rights Unit and of the Intake Unit at CLS’s North Philadelphia Law Center.

In his role with the Homeownership and Consumer Rights Unit, he litigates in state and federal court on behalf of homeowners and victims of predatory consumer scams. He also advocates on behalf of consumers before regulatory and legislative bodies. As the Managing Attorney of the Intake Unit, he ensures that clients coming to CLS’s North Philadelphia office are provided with holistic legal advice and representation as timely and efficiently as possible. Prior to joining the Homeownership and Consumer Rights Unit, Michael was a staff attorney with CLS’s Public Benefits Unit, representing clients applying for and receiving food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, cash assistance, and a wide range of other income supports.

Mr. Froehlich received his JD from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. He graduated from Haverford College with a BA in Political Science.

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